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Dr Carroll has over 25 continuous years of service in the medical management of all aspects of Cardiology and Internal Medicine. He prides himself on practicing patient-centred and evidence based Cardiology. He understands that illness effects every patient differently and takes great pride in ensuring their care is individualized with patient safety and clinical governance at its core.
Dr Carroll is trained extensively in all aspects of Cardiology including high blood pressure, angina, heart failure, heart valve problems and heart rhythm disturbances. He is an expert in ‘coronary artery disease’ and ‘coronary intervention’ and has performed over 5000 coronary interventional procedures in his career. His other area of excellence includes imaging the heart using echocardiography and CT scanning and to avoid invasive procedures unless absolutely necessary.

Dr Carroll’s dual accreditation in both fields of Cardiology and Internal Medicine is unusual. He continues to practice Internal Medicine at his NHS base, Northwick Park Hospital, which is a part of the North West London NHS Trust in Central London. He sees unselected medical emergency of all types and manages them with his team to the highest possible standard. 

Dr Carroll’s also recognises the role of complementary therapies in managing chronic condition, such as stress and high blood pressure, particularly through the use meditation and yoga. 

He is a Medical Educator responsible for the training of Undergraduate and Post-graduate doctors and is frequently invited as a lecturer at the Cardiology Masterclass Programme in London and regional and national teaching events.

Dr.Carroll sees patients with all types of heart problems such as Chest Pain, Breathlessness, Palpitations, High Blood Pressure, Blackouts and Fatigue and Heart Failure.