WA Cardiology

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With a choice of many metropolitan and country locations, WA Cardiology offers the most experienced cardiology testing service in Western Australia.  Established in 1987, WA Cardiology was the first cardiology group in Australia to provide cardiology testing to general practitioners.  Our team is committed to providing the highest standards in patient care, diagnosis and GP support.

Our diagnostic imaging service is fully accredited by the Health Insurance Commission, which ensures that our imaging services are safe, effective and responsive to the needs of our patients and referrers.

This easy to navigate website describes our full range of services so that you know exactly what to expect from your visit to WA Cardiology.  You can find out all you need to know about your test, our locations and account procedures by following the prompts.

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Dr Edmund Brice

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Dr Edmund Lee

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Dr John Tan

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Dr Joseph Hanna

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For Patients

We understand that investigating a heart problem can sometimes be an anxious experience. 

WA Cardiology’s friendly clinical and administration staff will make certain your experience with us is a pleasant one.

We will do our best to guide you through the process, from the time of booking your appointment to the day of your test.  Thereafter, we will liaise with your GP to ensure that your heart health is in the best of hands.

You can visit our FAQ page to find our more about our testing and administration processes.  If you need further advice, don’t hesitate to call us on 6169 2000 with any questions you may have.

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For Doctors

WA Cardiology is committed to providing the very best in patient care and GP support.  We offer timely appointments for cardiology testing at a wide variety of locations.  Our turn-around time for test reporting is fast and Cardiologists are always available to give cardiology advice to General Practitioners.

Click on the link below to read relevant cardiology articles.  Please contact us to order a personalised referral pad or alternatively you can download a referral form by following the link below.  WA Cardiology aims to constantly improve our services and we welcome your feedback.






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Coronavirus Advice

To ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff, WA Cardiology adheres to the WA Health Department guidelines for Covid-19.
Regular updates and advice on the disease are being provided by the Department of Health and can be found at https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert#how-to-protect-yourself-and-others.

All patients should only attend their scheduled appointment if they have not come into contact with Covid19 and are feeling well. Patients who have tested positive for Covid should reschedule their appointment for at least 7 days after testing positive. Thereafter, they should only attend if asymptomatic.

In the interest of safety for our patients and staff, you must reschedule your appointment if you:

• Have tested positive for Covid
• Have any flu-like symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat or are feeling unwell

Your Cardiologist may be able to consult with you via Telehealth. Please call their Secretary to arrange.

We continue to take the following steps to mitigate the likelihood of the transmission of Covid-19:

  • Mandatory wearing of masks for all patients and Staff
  • Spacing waiting room chairs to maintain an acceptable social distance
  • Having hand sanitising stations available for patients to use upon arrival
  • Practising strict hand hygiene protocols at all times
  • Sterilising all handles, surfaces and medical equipment according to infection control protocols
  • Avoiding unnecessary personal contact (e.g. shaking hands)
  • Removing all magazines and newspapers from waiting rooms

To limit the number of people entering our rooms, we ask that you attend your appointment by yourself where possible. Do not bring family members unless they are your Carer. Your Carer should remain outside the practice unless they need to assist you.

Should the Health Department’s advice change, we will immediately implement their recommendations.