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New Cardiology Referral Service at Highcroft Referrals

2nd November 2021

Samantha Gomart“Highcroft Referrals is excited to announce the launch of our new cardiology referral service. We are very lucky to be joined by Sam Gomart who has recently completed her residency in cardiology at the University of Bristol; Sam’s training and experience is perfect for us to begin our new service. Beginning in the first week of November we are offering routine appointments on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.” Paul Higgs Clinical Director at Highcroft Veterinary Referrals.

Samantha Gomart MRCVS PhD DVM will be heading up the new service, she enjoys all aspects of cardiology and has a particular interests in interventional cardiology and arrhythmias. Sam will be supported by our cardiology resident, Eoin Kilkenny.

Our cardiology team will form an essential service to add to our hospital. Cardiovascular health directly impacts most of our other Specialist services and therefore the Cardiology team will be working closely alongside many of our other specialists as well as managing a wide variety of their own cases.

The cardiology team will be accepting referrals in murmur investigation (whether congenital or acquired), breathing difficulties, exercise intolerance, collapsing episodes and arrhythmias as well as diagnostic procedures and interventional techniques. For full details or to make a referral, please visit Highcroft Veterinary Referrals | Cardiology – Highcroft Veterinary Referrals (highcroftvetreferrals.co.uk)

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