Perth Cardio NEWS

Dr Mary Nangrahary will be joining Perth Cardiovascular Institute

Friday, April 22, 2022

We’re pleased to announce that Dr Mary Nangrahary will be joining Perth Cardiovascular Institute in May. Her unique blend of skills, qualifications and experience will add even greater breadth to our sub-specialisations and we’re really excited to have her on board.

Dr Nangrahary is a passionate Consultant Cardiologist, General and Obstetric Physician with a special interest in complex care patients, women’s health, cardiac disease in pregnancy and heart failure and lipid disorders.

After completion of her medical degree in the Netherlands, she specialised in Cardiology and General Medicine in Western Australia. She undertook her fellowship in Echocardiography at Fiona Stanley Hospital, took a keen interest in heart failure and led the Heart Failure Clinic at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (SCGH). She further specialised in Obstetric Medicine and Cardiology at King Edward Memorial Hospital (KEMH).

Her public work is carried out at SCGH and KEMH, and she undertakes the bulk of her private work at Mount Hospital, performing elective and procedural transesophageal echocardiograms (TOEs) and angiograms.

Mary is passionate about teaching and research and is a clinical guest lecturer at Faculty of Medicine University of Western Australia. She is the Chief Investigator in clinical trial “Pre-eclampsia and Cardiac dysfunction in Diabetic Pregnancy” at KEMH.

Dr Nangrahary specialises in comprehensive management of common and complex cardiac conditions as well as diagnostic testing, treatment for patients with acute and chronic cardiovascular conditions and delivering personalised, high-quality cardiac care to patients with cardiac conditions.

Dr Nangrahary sees a wide range of heart conditions including coronary artery disease, valvular heart disease, structural heart disease, pulmonary hypertension, heart failure, heart rhythm disorders, lipid disorders and high blood pressure.

Our COVID Precautions For All Visitors

Thursday, February 17, 2022

Our COVID Precautions For All Visitors

During these uncertain times, Perth Cardiovascular Institute remains open, providing the same high level of care and service that you’ve always experienced with us. However, for reasons that we can all understand, we will be doing things a little differently.

  • Our reception team will ask a few additional questions in regards to recent travel, any symptoms you may be experiencing and your ability to wear a mask at all times whilst in our rooms, at the time of booking your appointment. This will also apply to any carers or additional people that attend the appointment with you.
  • On arrival, we will ask that you wear a mask for the entire duration of your visit, including throughout your test, and exercise hand hygiene and social distancing where possible.
  • All our clinics remain open, however your cardiologist may request to conduct your consultation via telehealth if you’re not fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
  • It’s safe to continue your care with us because:

    • All our staff comply with vaccination requirements.
    • Our staff practice infection control procedures and use PPE to keep themselves and the patients they care for safe.
    • We practice regular cleaning, including all patient contact surfaces.
    • Wearing masks is mandatory in our clinics.
    • All patients will have confirmed their recent travel and current health (ie confirmed they are not experiencing any cold-like symptoms).

    Where possible we ask that patients attend appointments alone. This helps with social distancing within our rooms.

    Of course, health advice continues to change and evolve so we will continue to keep you informed of any changes that affect you and your care with us.


Friday, April 30, 2021

The move sees the closing of our Bentley Clinic as we move to 1053 Albany Hwy in St James, which is a larger facility with increased parking spaces available. The new facilities allow us to increase the availability of consultation and testing bookings for this area. All cardiology services are available on site.

Bookings: (08) 6314 6833
Address: 1053 Albany Hwy, St James



Thursday, September 17, 2020

Dear patients and healthcare colleagues,

Due to the strong response and support of all Western Australians the community has eradicated community transmissions and been able to return to a reasonable level of normality. However maintaining this level takes a continued commitment to providing care in the safest possible manner for patients and colleagues. As such we continue to regularly review State and Commonwealth health recommendations to ensure the risks of COVID-19 are minimised for both patients and team members. We actively work as a team to ensure we provide best practice care by delivering ongoing team member training and education, auditing of processes and practice and comprehensive cleaning practices.

Despite a winding back of restrictions in Western Australia, telehealth consultations for high-risk patients remaining available for all consult clinics, providing our patients a safe way to obtain cardiology care from the comfort of their home.

We thank you for your understanding and continued support to keep Western Australian’s safe. If you have any concerns at all, or require additional support, please reach out to our Practice Manager on 0421 314 075.

COVID-19 Announcement

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Dear patients and healthcare colleagues,

Providing ongoing care in the safest possible manner for patients and colleagues is our utmost priority during these unprecedented times. Although we may need to change the way we do things, the extraordinary care we provide continues stronger than ever.

To minimise risks for our patients and staff, we're adhering to State and Commonwealth health recommendations. In addition, we're leading the way and moving towards telehealth consultations for ALL consult clinics. This ensures the required cardiology care is available for patients without them needing to leave the comfort of their home, and any patient that requires a physical visit to our clinics are kept as safe as possible.

For patients requiring to be seen in our cardiac testing clinics, we are working tirelessly to ensure the risks of COVID-19 are minimised for both patients and staff. We thank you for your understanding and for working with us to keep our patients and health colleagues safe. If you have any concerns at all, or require additional support, please reach out.

Now Delivering Cardiology Services Across the Kimberley Region

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

We, at Perth Cardiovascular Institute, are so proud to be working with WACHS-Kimberley with the intention to deliver outstanding cardiology services, and associated health outcomes, across the Kimberley region.

As a Group of 15 world class Cardiologists, with a strong public and private health presence, we’re focused on providing outstanding care with an ethical, thoughtful and sustainable approach at all time. Our doctors are leaders in sub-specialised cardiology fields such as Cardiac Imaging, Electrophysiology, Advanced Heart Failure, Structural Heart and Valvular Implantations, Angioplasty and other Interventional Procedures.

Ultimately, we believe that if the needs of your primary healthcare providers are taken care of to the best of our understanding and capacity, and the communication and information flow facilitates the best follow up care and decision making for patients, then we can help deliver optimal outcomes for the region.

Some ways we will do this:

  • Drs Jamie Rankin and Nik Stoyanov will alternate visits ensuring continuity of care and relationships. Jamie Rankin is the Head of Cardiology at Fiona Stanley Hospital and has a longstanding commitment to remote and Aboriginal health. They have a combination of subspecialties that include heart failure, arrhythmia and structural/valvular heart disease;
  • Strong connection with Perth public hospitals;
  • Our Cardiology Connect service is a 24/7 on-call support line, that allows doctors to speak directly with a consultant for advice or a second opinion regarding ECG’s;
  • Cardiac testing reports will be supplied electronically within two business days of the test being performed;
  • Telehealth shared care appointments will be made available for suitable patients, minimising waiting times across the service;
  • A dedicated resource will provide a central point of contact for all booking, referral and waitlist queries; and
  • We have a commitment to education and will work to help upskill Kimberley doctors and health workers in cardiology areas.

While new to the Kimberley region, and aware of the effort we need to make to ensure we understand the environment, we are ready to rise and meet the challenges associated with that. We are committed to minimising the differences between metropolitan and rural/regional/remote patients when it comes to receiving exceptional care and experience.

Life-saving jolt for heart patients - The West Australian

Sunday, October 01, 2017

Cardiologist Jay Baumwol received mentioned in The West Australian, 30 September 2017. Download and read the whole article about LifeVest external defibrillators.

Coronary Angiography Life-saving jolt for heart patients - The West Australian, 30 September 2017 (155 KB)

Dr Baumwol interviewed about the release of Entresto

Thursday, March 03, 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


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

Tuesday, February 02, 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 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



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



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

Wednesday, December 02, 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.

Coronary Angiography Australian Doctor Article - Dr Susan Kuruvilla - A cardiomyopathy not to be missed (901 KB)

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

Friday, May 29, 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.

Coronary Angiography Medicus Article - Dr Mike Davis - Evaluating Symptoms Suggestive of Coronary Disease (161 KB)

1 Year at St John of God Wexford Medical Centre

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

It's been one year since we've opened our new clinic at St John of God Wexford Medical Centre in Murdoch, the heart of the south. With internationally recognised expertise in clinical management and research, our cardiologists are leaders in their fields. The clinic continues to provide world-class cardiology care for patients south of the river.

Doctors can now refer online.

Tuesday, October 28, 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:

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.

HBF Run for A Reason

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Thank you to the HBF members and competitors who visited the PCI Heart Chamber for a free heart awareness check. Whilst the dates to visit the Heart Chamber have passed, we would encourage all participants who are concerned about their heart health, to consult their GP prior to participating in any health + fitness events such as HBF Run for a Reason. Keep a look out for the PCI Heart Chamber at the next event, as we continue to support healthy living and promote heart health.

Perth Cardio team conquers the Busselton Half Ironman 2014

Monday, May 26, 2014

On Saturday 3rd May, our very own Perth Cardio Super Team, completed the Busselton half ironman in a handy time of 6 hours 12 mins. For the uninitiated, that is a 1.9km swim leg, 90.1KM bike leg and 21.1KM run leg!!! 

Congratulations to our guys and huge thank you for helping to promote a healthy lifestyle!

Health + Medicine Winter Lift out

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

See what Dr Athula Karu has to say on the heart and preparation for the HBF Run for a Reason: The West Australian: Check-ups Key Before Big Event

WA breakthrough helps blood pressure sufferers

Saturday, February 05, 2011

In a WA first, Royal Perth Hospital is using a radical new treatment for high blood pressure which destroys nerves around certain arteries. Read More.

Heart triumph for Charlies - Health View

Thursday, January 13, 2011

A complex heart procedure known as hybrid Endocardial-Epicardial ablation, for which local patients may previously have had to travel interstate, is now available in Western Australia.

View Full Article:

Coronary Angiography Heart triumph for Charlies - Health View Full Article (684 KB)

Watch the News Story - Channel 9

WA doctors hailed for heart surgery advance

Friday, June 12, 2009

WA doctors have been hailed with making one of the biggest advances in heart surgery in 20 years after finding a way to unblock major valves using small tubes passed through the groin. Read More.

Miracle man responds to wife’s heartfelt plea to live

Sunday, March 22, 2009

By all accounts Dr Sean George is a medical miracle, returning from the dead to amaze colleagues who battled for almost an hour to revive his lifeless heart. Read More.