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Dr Mark Mason

Cardiology, General (internal) medicine

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Specialises in

  • General cardiology
  • Interventional cardiology

About me

I have extensive experience in managing patients with coronary artery disease, valve disease, heart failure, and managing patients who require or already have a pacemaker or defibrillator.

I have extensive expertise in implanting pacemakers and ICDs, with a particular interest in Cardiac Resynchronisation Therapy (or ‘Biventricular Pacing’) and lead the service at Harefield. I have wide experience in pacemaker and ICD extraction, including the use of laser lead extraction, and was a Specialist Advisor to NICE on this area.

I qualified from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, before undertaking my Cardiology training with the London Deanery. I have been a Consultant Cardiologist since 2001.

I continue to lecture and chair at meetings regularly both in the UK and internationally. I have a keen interest in teaching, and in particular in developing the use of simulation-based training.

Areas of interest

Heart failure; Pacing (single and dual chamber pacemaker implantation); Cardiac resynchronisation therapy (biventricular pacing and defibrillators- CRT-P and CRT-D); Implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICD); pacemaker device and lead extraction including laser lead extraction; mitral valve disease; sports cardiology

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