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HeartCare Western Australia

Perth WA 6000

Innovating Healthcare. Transforming Lives.

Quality Comprehensive Cardiology Service

Suite 3, 140 Mounts Bay Road

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Phone Number

(08) 94... show full number

Fax Number

(08) 9321 1012

Website

Language other than English

Hindi

Practitioners

  • Dr Angus Thompson

    Cardiologist (Heart Specialist)

    Special Interests

    Co-Reporting Cardiac CT Angiograms

  • Dr Isabel Tan

    Cardiologist (Heart Specialist)

    Special Interests

    Cardiac Rhythm Disturbances, Electrophysiology Studies, Radiofrequency Ablations, Device-Based Management with Pacemakers, Defibrillators and Cardiac Resynchronisation.

  • Dr Mark Ireland

    Cardiologist (Heart Specialist)

    Special Interests

    Ischaemic Heart Disease and Heart Failure.

  • Dr Mark Nidorf

    Cardiologist (Heart Specialist)

    Special Interests

    Echocardiography and the Management of Coronary Disease.

  • Dr Pradyot Saklani

    Cardiologist (Heart Specialist)

    Special Interests

    Cardiac Rhythm Disorders, Complex Ablations of Diverse Arrhythmias including Atrial Fibrillation, Implantation of Pacemakers, Defibrillators and Cardiac Re-Synchronisation Devices; Diagnosis and Management of Hereditary Rhythm Disorders.

Frequently asked questions


For a list of services we offer at HeartCare, please see our Procedures and Testing page or you can Contact Us.


If you have chest pain you MUST seek medical advice.

If you have severe chest pain, then you should ring an Ambulance – dial' 000' for an ambulance or attend your nearest emergency department

  • You will be asked which service you require – Ambulance, Fire or Police.
  • Nominate – Ambulance.
  • You will need to tell them your address and the nearest corner.
  • State that you have chest pain.
  • Stay in a semi-reclined position while awaiting the ambulance.

It is advisable to use an ambulance if in the metropolitan area, and not drive yourself.


Yes, in most circumstances, for your initial contact with HeartCare you will need a valid referral. Whilst this referral remains valid for a finite amount of time (see below), you will be able to access procedures and tests requested by your referring doctor and/or requested by the specialist you see. It is essential to have a valid referral to be able to claim a rebate from Medicare Australia.


A referral from a specialist only remains current for 3 months. A referral from a General Practitioner remains current for 12 months, unless otherwise specified by your GP.


We would prefer to receive all referrals prior to your appointment. At the very latest, we will require the referral at the time of your appointment.


For information regarding our billing policy and Medicare and private health claiming, please visit out Payments section.