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Dr Raj Khiani is an experienced Consultant Cardiologist working at the Royal Free Hospital in London. He also sees private patients at BMI Saxon Clinic in Milton Keynes. As a full-spectrum general cardiologist he is able to deliver broad general cardiology care, but he also works as a sub-specialist in cardiac devices, heart arrhythmia and heart failure. He treats all common cardiac conditions including chest pain, heart palpitations, atrial fibrillation, high blood pressure, shortness of breath, hypertension, blackouts and valvular heart disease.
Dr Khiani qualified in medicine from the Royal Free Hospital in 1995, and went on to perform junior doctor posts in and around North London. He continued with registrar posts in Papworth and completed two years of research in Manchester. He then secured a registrar training rotation in the South Thames Deanery and completed posts in Brighton, St Georges Hospital and Guys and St Thomas’ Hospitals, before completing his rotation and securing his first consultant post in Milton Keynes and Oxford. He moved his NHS practice to the Royal Free Hospital in London in 2015. This was to allow him to help lead the development of the arrhythmia services at the Royal Free Hospital.
He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, in 2011. He is a member of the British Cardiac Society.
Dr Khiani continues to see private patients at the BMI Saxon clinic in Milton Keynes as well as in London at the Wellington Hospital and Bushey Spire Hospital. He operates out of the Wellington Hospital and Harley Street Clinic.
Areas of interest
Arrhythmias; Valvular heart disease; Chest pain, heart failure; shortness of breath; blackouts, syncope; palpitations.
Current NHS consultant posts held
Lead for Arrhythmia
Royal Free Hospital
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