Dr. Kayvan Kamalvand (BSc MB BS MD FRCP FACC)
Dr Kamalvand is a Consultant Cardiologist and Physician. Educated at University College School in London, he studied medicine at the St George’s Hospital Medical School, part of the University of London, qualifying in 1987 with a BSC MB BS.
Dr Kamalvand conducted his Cardiology training predominantly at Harefield Hospital in Middlesex, (1991-92), the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford (1992), Guys Hospital (1993-96), the Eastbourne District General Hospital (1997) and finally the Royal Sussex County Hospital Brighton for six months in 1997/98.
In April 1998, he was appointed Consultant Cardiologist at the William Harvey Hospital and visiting Consultant Cardiologist at Guy's and St Thomas Trust and remains in these posts.
Dr Kamalvand specialises in General Cardiology including echocardiography, with special interest in cardiac arrhythmias in particular Atrial Fibrillation. His subspecialty interest is in Complex pacing including cardiac resynchronisation therapy, and coronary intervention (angioplasty).
Dr Kamalvand has full admitting rights to the following private institutions: St Saviour's Hospital, Hythe, Kent, the Chaucer Hospital in Canterbury, Kent, and London Bridge Hospital in London.
Dr. Kamalvand, 45, lives in Canterbury and is married with three children.
He holds the following qualifications:
MB BS BSc, University of London 1987.
MRCP (member of Royal College of Physicians 1991)
MD (Doctor of Medicine), University of London 1999. Title of Thesis:
"Non Pharmacological Management of Atrial Fibrillation", research undertaken at Guys Hospital 1994-1996. Over 30 scientific abstracts and 15 original papers.
CCST (Certificate of Specialist Training) in Cardiology and General Internal Medicine 1998.
FRCP (Fellow of Royal College of Physicians) London 1999.
FACC (Fellow of American College of Cardiology) USA 2002.
CVS Health believes in a quality-assured approach to delivering state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of cardiovascular conditions quickly and efficiently in an environment that is convenient and affordable.
May 28th, 2009
Although heart disease in the young is very rare, it can have tragic consequences. Most people are aware of young people who have ‘dropped down dead’ on the sports field. This is a personal tragedy for those involved but also undermines the confidence of those around, and can become a disincentive to the enjoyment of sport, the [...]
April 22nd, 2009
The Hailsham Cardiology Service team with Wealden MP Charles Hendry and Mrs Elizabeth Post, the first patient to be treated under the service. A new heart check service in Hailsham, run by local GPs and CVS Health, has been welcomed as a major boost for local health care provision. The Hailsham Community Cardiology Service will be run from [...]