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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Matthew Faircloth at Spire include:
I qualified from St George's Hospital Medical School, gaining a number of prizes, before undertaking junior posts at St George's, the Royal Brompton and Hammersmith Hospitals. I started my registrar training at Frimley Park Hospital in 1999 before going on to St George's. I was awarded a personal BHF Fellowship to research the molecular basis of ischaemic heart failure, at St Thomas' Hospital, leading to the award of a PhD. I completed my training with a fellowship in interventional cardiology back at St George's Hospital.
I am a cardiologist with a particular interest in ischaemic heart disease and interventional cardiology, especially primary angioplasty for the immediate treatment of myocardial infarction. In addition, I treat all aspects of cardiology including hypertension, rhythm management, pacing and heart failure.
I maintain an ongoing interest in medical education and am involved in programmes locally and internationally.
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Dr Faircloth is married to a local practising Educational Psychologist and they have a young daughter. He has recently hung up his rugby boots but continues to cycle, ski and squeeze in an occasional round of golf, as well as enjoying the local countryside.Back to top