Dr. Lockie is a consultant cardiologist based at the Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust in Hampstead, North London. He graduated from Edinburgh Medical School and undertook his specialist training at St Thomas' Hospital in London and at the Academic Medical Centre of Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. He specialises in complex procedures to restore the blood supply to the heart, due to insufficiencies caused by narrowings in the coronary arteries. These procedures are called stenting, or PCI and are carried out under local anaesthetic usually through the top of the wrist. Dr. Lockie has an interest in intravascular imaging and coronary physiology and an ongoing involement in cardiovascular research being the principle site investigator for several large, multinational studies. He is the clinical lead for the cardiac catheterisation labs at the Royal Free and for developing local guidelines. In recognition of clinical and academic excellence Dr Lockie was recently elected as Fellow to the European Society of Cardiology (FESC). He has also been appointed Honorary Clinical Associate Professor at the Cardiovascular Institute at UCL.
Dr Lockie also sees general cardiology patients presenting with a range of symptoms including shortness of breath, chest pain and angina (including vasospastic or microvascular angina), palpatations diziness and syncope. He believes in a multidisciplinary and holistic approach to the treatment of patients with cardiac problems and utilises the latest and most sophisticated investigations and techniques. Together with careful clinical assessment, he always places the patient's needs and concerns at the centre of any management plan.
GMC number: 4604408
The Hospital of St. John & St. Elizabeth, NW8
The Highgate Private Hospital, N6
17-19 View Rd
LOndon N6 4DJ
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