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The heart is the engine of our bodies, pumping nutrient and oxygen rich blood to every cell. The constant demands we make on it can lead to disease. We offer a range of procedures and have dedicated, specialist cardiology teams to help keep your heart running as it should.
The South Wales Heart Centre at Spire Cardiff Hospital is the leading provider of private cardiology in Wales. We pride ourselves on delivering high quality specialist cardiac care and superior service in all areas of cardiology and cardiac surgery. From your first contact with us, through to the completion of your treatment and after care, you will be in safe hands. We offer a full range of outpatient diagnostic tests and interventional therapies for a variety of conditions in our state of the art cardiology catheterisation suite. As the largest hospital in Wales with an intensive care unit, we are able to support all aspects of cardiology and even the most complex cardiac surgery. Our advanced facilities have dedicated teams to provide complete cardiac care that is tailored to your individual needs. We have a selection of skilled cardiac specialists who have met stringent standards to be part of our heart centre and are at the top of their profession. Our consultants have a wealth of experience from holding specialist NHS posts and have proven expertise in complex sub-specialities within cardiology and cardiac surgery. The South Wales Heart Centre operates with a multidisciplinary team that includes consultant cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, anaesthetists, physiologists and radiologists. Therefore you can be assured you will receive some of the best care available.
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