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Information and contact us

Information and contact us

The majority of people are referred into Cardiology following assessment by their General Practitioner, but we also receive referrals from other health care professionals for a specialist opinion. We receive referrals from across the region for specialist assessment of rhythm problems and inherited cardiac conditions. Cardiac problems may often appear suddenly and so we offer emergency cardiac treatment around the clock for those who need it.

We run general cardiology outpatient clinics as well as dedicated appointments for patients with suspected heart disease or suspected heart failure. Depending on your appointment, you may be seen at North Devon District Hospital, the 麻豆影视 and Exeter Hospital (Wonford), at a community hospital, or in another clinical setting.

The 麻豆影视 and Exeter Hospital (Wonford) has three catheter laboratories where cardiac procedures are performed. These include diagnostic angiography, PCI (insertion of stents to open up blockages in heart vessels), pacemaker insertion and ablation procedures.

In emergencies, you should attend your nearest hospital.

Contact us - Eastern services

  • General enquiries Main switchboard 01392 411611
  • Cardiology reception 01392 406087
  • Enquiries about booked elective (planned) procedures - Cardiology booking team 01392 403713

Inpatient wards

  • Coronary Care Unit 01392 402837
  • Taw ward 01392 402836
  • Avon ward 01392 402770

Other services

  • Heart failure Inpatient heart failure 01392 403818
  • Community heart failure 01392 356159
  • Inpatient cardiac rehab 01392 403973
  • Community Cardiac Rehab 01392 356159
  • Arrhythmia Specialist nurses 01392 403813
  • Pacemaker and Debibrillator (ICD) queries Cardiac Physiologist 01392 406087 / 402272
  • Cardiac Physiologist Device Remote Monitoring 01392 408350

Please contact the devices team if you have been feeling dizzy, light-headed or have blacked out and/or the area around your device becomes red, sore to touch or inflamed.

If your ICD activates, or you think you may have had an ICD shock but feel well, contact the cardiac physiologists during office hours (01392 406087 or 01392 408350) as you will need to have the device checked 鈥 if you have a remote monitor we can review your download.

If you have two or more shocks, or feel unwell with a single ICD shock dial 999, if appropriate, or make your way to the Emergency Department who will arrange for a Cardiac Physiologist to check your device.

Contact us - Northern services

  • General Enquiries Main Switchboard 01271 322577
  • Main Outpatients Reception 01271 322462
  • Enquiries about Booked Elective Appointments Cardiology Booking Team Cardiac Physiology Booking Team 01271 349149 01271 322627
  • Inpatient Wards Victoria Ward 01271 349120
  • Heart Failure Team 01271 311633
  • Cardiac Rehab Cardiac Rehab Team 01271 311633
  • Arrhythmia Specialist nurses 01271 311633
  • Pacemaker and Debibrillator (ICD) queries Cardiac Physiologist Cardiac Physiologist Device Remote Monitoring 01271 322475

Please contact the devices team if you have been feeling dizzy, light-headed or have blacked out and/or the area around your device becomes red, sore to touch or inflamed.

If your ICD activates, or you think you may have had an ICD shock but feel well, contact the cardiac physiologists during office hours (322475 or 337709) as you will need to have the device checked 鈥 if you have a remote monitor we can review your download.

If you have two or more shocks, or feel unwell with a single ICD shock dial 999, if appropriate, or make your way to the Emergency Department who will arrange for a Cardiac Physiologist to check your device.

Patient information leaflets

We produce a wide range of leaflets which provide information about our services and about the treatment you might receive in our clinics or during your stay in hospital.听

We also produce these in different formats including large print, please contact the department you are visiting for more information.

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Last updated: October 18, 2023

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