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World-Renowned Cardiology Consulting and State-of-the-Art Cardiac Diagnostics in the Heart of London

One Heart Clinic provides comprehensive cardiac care in the heart of Harley Street, London, and offers the full range of non-invasive cardiology investigations, using state-of-the-art equipment.

The Clinic

One Heart Clinic believes the best cardiac care can only be achieved by the best cardiologists in their fields, working together, for you and your heart. We aim to provide easy access and comprehensive patient-centred care to world-class standards. Our consultants are able to offer appointments, throughout the week and at weekends.

Our Consultants

One Heart Clinic is led by three world-leading cardiologists who each specialise in their specific interest areas, and together provide comprehensive cardiac care.

Conditions & Treatments

At One Heart Clinic we provide comprehensive cardiac care. We manage all aspects of heart disease and screening including common cardiac symptoms - chest pain, palpitations, breathlessness, dizziness and blackouts, Further information on heart conditions and their treatments is available by clicking 'Discover More'.

The Harley Street Heart & Vascular Centre

The Harley Street Heart & Vascular Centre is a one-stop private medical practice located in the heart of Singapore. We provide the latest and most advanced treatments for cardiovascular diseases to patients residing in Singapore and South East Asia.

News & Comment

Our consultants, associates and clinic team provide analysis and insight into the latest developments in cardiac care.

A high fibre diet is associated with a lower risk of heart disease

Increasing your intake of fibre will reduce your chance of a heart attack according to a large study commissioned by the World Health Organization.

Date posted

January 11, 2019

What does heart rate changes with exercise tell you about your risk of future heart disease?

Taking steps to improve your overall fitness and exercise performance will help reduce your risk of heart disease.

Date posted

January 7, 2019

Women who smoke or have diabetes are ‘more at risk from heart attacks than men’

A study has found that women who smoke or have diabetes are more at risk from heart attacks than male smokers or men with diabetes.

Date posted

November 20, 2018