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.