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Perth Cardio in the Media

Dr Baumwol interviewed about the release of Entresto

Wednesday, March 02, 2016

Perth Cardio's Dr Jay Baumwol was interviewed by Channel 7, Channel 9, and ABC radio regarding the release of a new medication called Entresto. Entresto is for the treatment of systolic heart failure. More details about the release can be viewed in the clip below courtesy of Channel 9 News Perth.

Source: 9 News Perth

DR Jay Baumwol

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MBBS (Hons) FRACP

Dr Baumwol is a consultant Cardiologist at Fiona Stanley Hospital, St John of God Murdoch, and a member of the West Australian Advanced Heart Failure and Cardiac Transplant Service. He completed his medical degree with honours in Perth and then furthered his Cardiology training in Sydney and Toronto, Canada before returning home.
Dr Baumwol's approach to clinical care prioritises his patiens' understanding of their condition, treatment options and management plan. 

His interests include echocardiography, the management of heart failure, and general cardiology including the assessment of chest pain, shortness of breath and palpitations.

He currently consults from our Murdoch and Rockingham sites.

Perth Cardio Move to Midland Health Precinct

Monday, February 01, 2016

Perth Cardio has moved to the heart of the new medical precinct in Midland. The clinic, located at 6 Centennial Place, across the road from the new Midland Hospital, is conveniently open every day and offers world-class cardiology care, consultation and testing.

CARDIOLOGY SERVICES AVAILABLE ON SITE

  • Cardiology Consultation
  • Echo
  • ECG
  • Holter Monitoring
  • Stress Echo
  • Exercise Stress Testing
  • Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring

To Make an Appointment

Bookings: (08) 6314 6833
Address: 6 Centennial Place, Midland (across the road from the new Midland Hospital)

Leaders in Cardiology

Internationally recognised heart failure expert and Professor of Cardiology, Gerry O’Driscoll has been consulting in Midland for more than 18 years. Now Dr Nik Stoyanov has joined to provide regular consulting and pacemaker clinics, adding to the level of expertise and care available at our new Midland clinic.

Gerry O’Driscoll

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MB BCh BAO PhD (Hons.) DMed FRACP FCSANZ FESC FACC GAICD

Dr Gerry O'Driscoll is the inaugural Professor of Cardiology at the University of Notre Dame, Western Australia. Widely published, he has a long-standing interest in research and teaching, has served on national committees in clinical cardiology and is a reviewer for a number of international medical & scientific journals. As an internationally recognised expert in the management of heart failure, Professor O'Driscoll has been involved in the development of mechanical circulatory support devices. He led the West Australian Advanced Heart Failure & Cardiac Transplant Services from its establishment in 1994 until 2010.

He currently consults from our Nedlands, Midland and Mount Lawley sites.

Nik Stoyanov

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MBBS (Hons) FRACP

Dr Nik Stoyanov graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2003. He completed his Cardiology training at Royal Perth Hospital, including 12 months at the Advanced heart failure and transplant Unit. He subsequently completed 18 months of subspecialty training in Electrophysiology and Pacing at both Royal Perth Hospital and a further 2 years at the Ottawa Heart Institute, Ontario, Canada. Apart for establishing his practice.

He currently consults from our Murdoch, Nedlands and Midland sites.

Dr Susan Kuruvilla Story in Australian Doctor, December 2015

Tuesday, December 01, 2015
Dr Kuruvilla's article titled A cardiomyopathy not to be missed was published in the Australian Doctor magazine. You can read the full article by downloading the PDF.

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Dr Amit Shah Story in Australian Doctor, August 2015

Friday, October 02, 2015

Published in the Australian Doctor magazine, Dr Shah provides insight about how a patient’s relative youth and lack of prior heart history obfuscate the correct diagnosis. Read the full article by downloading the PDF.

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Dr Rob Larbalestier from WA's Transplant Unit Speaks on 720ABC Perth Radio

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Dr Gerald Yong - Cover Story in Medicus Magazine, April 2015

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Perth Cardio's Dr Gerald Yong was recently published in the April edition of Medicus magazine, the journal of the AMA (WA). The article discusses in detail TAVI: Catheter-based Aortic Valve Replacement. Download the full article here.

Dr Michael Davis - How best to evaluate symptoms suggestive of coronary disease.

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Perth Cardio's Dr Michael Davis covers how best to evaluate symptoms suggestive of coronary disease. The article was published in the April edition of Medicus magazine,the journal of the AMA (WA). Download the full article below.

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Dr Wen-Loong Yeow Cover Story in Medicus Magazine, April 2015

Thursday, May 28, 2015
Medicus magazine, the journal of the AMA (WA), recently published work by Perth Cardio's Dr Wen-Loong Yeow. In the article Dr Yeow looks at Percutaneous Mitral Valve Repair with the MitraClip. The full article is available for download below.

Dr Gerald Yong performs Royal Perth Hospital's 200th TAVI

Friday, March 20, 2015

Perth Cardio's Dr Gerald Yong has performed revolutionary heart surgery on a decorated war veteran. This was the 200th Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVI) procedure performed in WA. A relatively new procedure, TAVI is used in place of open heart surgery for high risk patients with diseased heart valve. Dr Yong leads the TAVI programme in WA and has trained doctors and centres internationally in this technology. For more details, you can view the Channel 9 News video below.

Doctors can now refer online.

Monday, October 27, 2014

Save Paper. Save Time. Refer Online.

Did you know our referral forms can be completed online? It’s easy, just select your required form and fill it in. Forms can be found on this page: www.perthcardio.com.au/referral-forms

Benefits Include:

Automated form fill.

The forms remember your details. No need to re-enter every time you logon.

Increase compliance.

We’ll call the patient for you. Rest assured an appointment has been made.

Access from anywhere.

Use your PC, tablet or smart phone. Send a referral on the go.