Interventional Cardiology and General Adult Cardiology; Ischaemic Heart Disease in Women, Sports Cardiology, Acute Coronary Syndromes, Cardiac Risks of Non-cardiac Surgery following Coronary Revascularisation and Exercise and Preventative Lifestyle Measures.
Dr Fiona Foo (http://drfionafoo.com) is an Interventional and General Adult Cardiologist.She has extensive training and experience in acute and emergency cardiac conditions, coronary care, and complex interventional cases. She has also been actively involved in local, national ...
Dr Fiona Foo (http://drfionafoo.com) is an Interventional and General Adult Cardiologist.She has extensive training and experience in acute and emergency cardiac conditions, coronary care, and complex interventional cases. She has also been actively involved in local, national and multinational research and educational activities at every stage.
After graduating from the University of Western Australia with honours in 2001, Dr Foo completed her internship in Royal Perth Hospital, and her adult internal medicine training at Concord Hospital, Sydney. She undertook Core Cardiology training at Fremantle Hospital, where she then commenced Interventional Cardiology. After a one year Interventional Cardiology Fellowship in the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute in Edmonton, Canada, she gained further valuable interventional experience at the Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Glasgow, Scotland. These are both world renowned busy centres. She returned to Australia in mid 2011.
Her interests are interventional cardiology (angiography, stents and the use of FFR), Women and Heart Disease, Sports Cardiology and cardiac risks of non cardiac surgery. She is a big advocate of a healthy lifestyle. She also regularly provides probono interventional cardiac services to Fiji and Nepal.
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