Risk factors for cardiovascular disease are known and many of them are modifiable. Take steps to improve your chances of beating heart disease and prioritise your health this year. If your heart health needs attention, speak to your GP about a referral to HeartCare Partners.
As one of Queensland’s largest providers of cardiac care, HeartCare Partners provides comprehensive cardiology services through the widest network of cardiac clinics across Brisbane and regional Queensland.
See our list of locations here or call (07) 3858 8690 for further information.
HeartCare Partners wishes you a healthy and joyous festive season.
HeartCare Partners practices will be closed on the following dates.
Monday 25 December 2017
Tuesday 26 December 2017
Monday 1 January 2017
In addition to the above dates, HeartCare Partners at Mount Ommaney will be closed from 27 December 2017 to 3 January 2018.
HeartCare Wide Bay will be closed from 18 December 2017 to 4 January 2018
HeartCare Sunshine Coast will be closed from 22 December 2017 to 4 January 2018.
HeartCare Partners’ cardiologists and staff would like to acknowledge another year of fantastic achievements and patient outcomes, and would like to share key highlights for 2017.
Download the PDF here.
HeartCare Partners is seeking healthy volunteers for the World Alliance Societies of Echocardiography (WASE) Normal Values Study to determine what a normal Australian heart should look like. The study is taking place in 16 countries and uses echocardiography (a safe and painless ultrasound procedure), to determine the normal values for heart size and valve function in people of different origin, race and ethnicity.
Volunteers would attend a one off appointment where the research team takes height, weight and blood pressure measurements and performs the 30-minute ultrasound ‘echo’ of the volunteer’s heart.
Interested in volunteering?
WASE Study Volunteers
Dr Sam Hayman is a cardiologist with subspecialty training in interventional cardiology, who recently joined HeartCare Partners.
Dr Hayman graduated medical school with honours in 2008 from the University of Queensland. He then undertook his advanced training in cardiology at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and the Nambour General Hospital becoming a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians in 2015. He went on to complete his fellowship in interventional cardiology (coronary and structural interventions) at the London Health Sciences Centre, London, Ontario, Canada and has additional training and interest in transcatheter heart valve implantation and repair. He has multiple publications in peer reviewed journals and has ongoing research interests.
Dr Hayman works from the Mater Private Clinic.
Mater Private Clinic
Suite 5.11, Level 5
550 Stanley Street
South Brisbane QLD 4101
Ph: (07) 3360 7100 Fax: (07) 3217 2550