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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Leisa Freeman at Spire include:
I trained in medicine at the University of Birmingham Medical School and did my postgraduate training in London at University College Hospital, Charing Cross Hospital and the National Heart Hospital before moving to Norwich in 1991. I became clinical director of cardiology in 2005.
My research was into emotion stress and the heart and I have published many papers and chapters in textbooks. I recently published a self-help book on heart disease called "Your Heart and You", (Elizabeth Wilde McCormick and Dr Leisa Freeman).
Special clinical interests: Angina, Arryhthmias, Valvular Heart Disease, Heart Failure.
Royal College of Physicians
British Cardiac Society
Honorary Senior Lecturer, School of Health Policy and Medicine, University of East Anglia.
Consultant Cardiologist, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust.
Clinical Director Cardiology, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust.Back to top
Dr Freeman's interests include golf, salmon fishing and riding.
Nuffield Farming Scholarship Trust (1991)
Winston Churchill Fellowship Trust (1977)
Owns 100% of a portable ECG machine used at Spire Norwich Hospital.Back to top
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09 December 2019
West Midlands-based Spire Parkway Hospital has been upgraded to a ‘Good’ rating, following an inspection by the Care Qua…
04 December 2019
Spire Southampton has retained its ‘Good’ rating following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).