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robert greenbaumRobert Anthony Greenbaum
Consultant Cardiologist

Past President
Seciton of Cardiology
The Royal Soceity of Medicine


Current Member of The Academy of Experts
Robert Anthony GREENBAUM

Professional address: The Wood Street Clinic, 133 Wood Street, Barnet,
Herts EN5 4DX.
Tel 020 – 8441 2922
Mob 07973 – 386 765
GMC No: 2210885 MPS No: 176926


Education and Training

1961 - 68 Southend-on-Sea High School
1968 - 74 University College and University College
Hospital Medical School London


June 1971 BSc in Physiology with First Class Honours. University of London
November 1974 MB BS University of London
March 1977 MRCP (UK)
December 1980 MD University of London
September 1984 Accreditation Cardiovascular Disease - JCHMT
May 1985 Accreditation General (Internal) Medicine - JCHMT
September 1986 Associate Fellow American College of Cardiology
January 1991 Specialist Registration General Medical Council
June 1994 FESC Fellowship of the European Society of Cardiology
May 1995 FRCP (UK)
January 1996 Specialist Registration Cardio - Vascular Disease
(European Specialist Medical Qualifications Order 1995)
General Medical Council
August 1996 Specialist Registration General Medicine
(European Specialist Medical Qualifications Order 1995)
General Medical Council
March 2005 FACC Fellow American College of Cardiology

Prizes and Awards

1972 Wilfred Trotter Medal in Clinical Surgery
1974 Elective Scholar - Division of Cardiology, Mayo Clinic,
Rochester, Minnesota, USA.
1979 British Heart Foundation Junior Research Fellowship
1980 Semifinalist European Young Cardiologist
1985 King Edward's Hospital Fund for London
Traveling Bursary - Division of Cardiology,
St Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, USA.
1992 Finalist Hospital Cardiology Team of the year

Present Major Appointments

Consultant Cardiologist. The Royal Free Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (From October 1987)
Consultant Cardiologist. The Wellington Hospital (From January 1988)
Consultant Cardiologist. Highgate Hospital (From January 2012)
Consultant Cardiologist and advisor to The London Ambulance Service NHS Trust. (From December 1990)
Past President Section of Cardiology. The Royal Society of Medicine (President October 2008 - 10)

Professional Background

I qualified with a 1st Class Honours Degree in Physiology in 1971 at University College London. I graduated in medicine at University College London in 1974. I did my postgraduate training in medicine at University College and The Whittington Hospitals. 
I was a British Heart Foundation Junior Research Fellow at The Royal Brompton Hospital where my medical thesis (MD) was accepted in 1980. My specialist training in cardiology was at The London Chest Hospital as a registrar and at The Royal Free and Harefield Hospitals as a Senior Registrar.

I became a Member of the Royal College of Physicians in 1977 and a Fellow in 1994.I am also a Fellow of The European Society of Cardiology and The American College of Cardiology.
I was appointed a consultant cardiologist in 1987 and now work at Barnet & Chase Farm and The Royal Free Hospital NHS Trusts. I have worked at The Wellington Hospital and The Harley Street Clinic since 1988 and have private consulting rooms in North London.
I am a Cardiology advisor to The London Ambulance Service NHS Trust – advising on all aspects of pre-hospital care of patients with cardiological emergencies.

Between October 2008 and September 2010 I was President of The Section of Cardiology of The Royal Society of Medicine responsible for a programme of training for the next generation of Cardiologists. I continue to be involved in many aspects of professional training in Cardiology.

Current Medical Practice

I have a busy NHS practice at The Royal Free and Barnet Hospitals as well as a substantial private practice in North London. I treat all forms of adult heart disease and work as an interventional cardiologist carrying out cardiac catheterization and coronary angioplasty. I have particular skills in the assessment of patients suffering with angina and acute coronary syndromes. I also specialize in the care of heart failure and heart rhythm abnormalities.

I have undertaken over 10,000 cardiac catheterizations and about 2,000 coronary angioplasties including out of hours primary angioplasties for ST elevation acute myocardial infarctions. I have implanted about 1500 permanent pacemakers both single and dual chamber systems.

Publications & Medical Education

I have published papers on a wide range subjects related to adult clinical cardiology. These have been presented at international meetings and published in peer reviewed publications. I am a frequent invited lecturer on a wide range of topics related to cardiology.

Appointment and Waiting Times

Appointment times for examination:
Usually two weeks

Waiting times for report:
Usually 6-8 weeks – dependent on length


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