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Dr Alastair Carlyle

Consultant Cardiologist

Cardiology

  • Cardiac Surgery, Complex Coronary Intervention
Location(s):
  • Sydney, NSW, Australia

Phone number:
Cardiology Associates: 02 9525 9266
Sutherland Heart Clinic: 02 9540 8555

Introduction/interests:

Alastair graduated from the University of Queensland in 2003. He worked in the Republic of Ireland in general medicine and cardiology obtaining membership of the Royal College of Physicians (UK). Upon return to Sydney, he undertook cardiology training based at Prince of Wales Hospital and was the Interventional Fellow at Eastern Heart Clinic from 2013-2014. He joined Cardiology Associates in 2015 and has a subspecialty interest in complex coronary intervention and cardiac complications in pregnancy.

Qualifications:
BSc, MBBS, MRCP(UK), FRACP

Registration:
AHPRA

Public Hospital Appointment:
Sutherland Hospital Staff Specialist (Part Time)

Private Hospital Visiting Rights:
Sutherland Heart Clinic Eastern Heart Clinic Prince of Wales Private Hospital Kareena Private Hospital

Continuing Education/Teaching/Research:
Alastair is a regular attendee at international cardiology conferences. He has an interest in teaching medical students and physician trainees as well as presenting to the local general practitioners and trainee doctors. He has been working on research publications in the fields of radiation dosage and bioabsorbable stent technology.

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