Early identification of heart disease can save lives. The Wesley Hospital’s cardiologists provide consultation, investigation, diagnosis and treatment of all forms of cardiovascular disease.

Together with our cardiothoracic surgeons, cardiac specialty nurses and allied health professionals, we provide comprehensive cardiac care, with cutting-edge technology and state-of-the-art facilities.

From the minute your GP thinks you need to see a cardiologist, all the way through to your rehabilitation, The Wesley is here for you.

Your heart journey starts here

Your GP may refer you to a cardiologist or you may need emergency cardiac care.

The Wesley Hospital has highly experienced cardiologists in Brisbane. Find a heart specialist who is right for you.

Cardiac presentations are prioritised in our Emergency Centre, making us the place to come when you experience cardiac symptoms.

Diagnostic tests

Your cardiologist may recommend some diagnostic tests to get to the bottom of your heart problem.

From MRIs to echocardiograms, our cardiologists deliver the whole breadth of diagnostic tests, in rooms or at The Wesley.

Cardiac procedures and surgery

When a heart problem is diagnosed, your cardiologist may recommend an interventional procedure or surgery.

From implants and devices to radio frequency ablation, learn more about arrhythmia treatments at The Wesley.

Interventional cardiology involves a tube inserted through an artery up to the heart to repair valves, insert stents and more.

As an accredited TAVI/R and MitraClip hospital, our Structural Heart Program repairs heart valves, muscles and walls.

Our experienced cardiothoracic surgeons can perform elective and emergency open heart surgeries for advanced cardiac care.

Rehabilitation and recovery

If you are recovering from a procedure, surgery or heart attack, the Wesley is here to help you get back on your feet.

Our exercise and education program assists with rehabilitation and recovery after an acute cardiac event.

Note: The information here is for general reference only. To understand the benefits and risks specific to your condition and overall situation, please discuss any procedure with your treating doctor.

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