Professor James Spratt
Professor of Interventional Cardiology
BSc MB ChB MD FRCP FESC FACC
I qualified from St Andrews and Manchester universities before training further in Manchester and Edinburgh. Having specialised in cardiology since 1995, I completed a medical doctorate in clinical research (hypertension and heart failure) and have trained in Interventional Cardiology at the University Hospital of Geneva.
I work between Forth Valley and Edinburgh in general cardiology and interventional cardiology where I have an international reputation in complex PCI.
I have one of the largest experiences worldwide of dealing with complex coronary disease and have performed live case demonstrations in major meetings throughout the world (www.incathlab.com).
I have helped to develop and introduce several innovative techniques designed to help patients with complex coronary disease that previously have not had options
As part of developing these techniques I have published many articles and regularly run courses around the world to teach physicians on the identification and treatment of coronary disease. I am delighted to receive referrals Internationally for the assessment and treatment of these patients. In addition I have expertise in the treatment of hypertension and the management of cardiomyopathy.
Research interests: Interventional cardiology, Cardiomyopathy, Cardiac CT.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Professor James Spratt at Spire include:
Spire Edinburgh Hospitals Murrayfield and Shawfair Park is only able to provide Covid-19 tests to patients undergoing surgery at our hospital. Covid-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service.
British Cardiac Society
British Interventional Cardiac Society
Fellow of Royal College of Physicians
Fellow of European Society of Cardiology
Fellow of American College of Cardiology
Professor of Interventional Cardiology, St George's, University of London
I enjoy being active and take part in many sports including road and mountain biking, snowboarding and swimming. Reading, watching football, listening to music and spending time with my children makes up the small gap left in the day!