Dr Joseph Hanna
Joseph Hanna is a consultant interventional and clinical cardiologist. He is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and a member of the United Kingdom’s Royal College of Physicians. He completed his basic Physician training at John Hunter Hospital, New South Wales, before undergoing advanced training in cardiology at the Gold Coast University and the Prince Charles Hospitals, Queensland. He then travelled to Canada, where he undertook a high-volume interventional cardiology fellowship at the Vancouver General and the University of British Columbia Hospitals under the mentorship of world-renowned, pioneers in the field.
Dr Hanna has a wealth of experience in all aspects of clinical and interventional cardiology. His main area of expertise is the management of complex coronary artery disease through the use of advanced intra-coronary imaging modalities and physiologic flow assessment to optimise stent implantation via radial and femoral approaches. His other interests include the percutaneous management of structural heart diseases, including transcatheter aortic valve replacement and patent foramen ovale closure for stroke prevention, as well as right heart catheterisation and cardiac biopsies.
Dr Hanna is experienced in preventive cardiology, chest pain assessment, heart failure, arrhythmias and peri-operative management of cardiac patients. He also performs transoesophageal echocardiography, exercise and Dobutamine stress echocardiography.
Dr Hanna has a keen interest in research and has presented his findings both nationally and internationally. He was a Lecturer of Medicine at the University of Queensland and has published many articles in well respected, peer reviewed cardiology journals.
Joseph Hanna is available for consultation at Murdoch, Duncraig, Bunbury, Narrogin & Geraldton.