Dr Oliver Segal, Cardiologist

Dr Oliver Segal MB BS MD FRCP FHRS

Cardiologist

MB BS MD FRCP FHRS

Areas of expertise

  • Left atrial appendage occlusion devices (Amulet)
  • Atrial fibrillation
  • Ectopic and SVT ablation
  • Conventional and leadless pacemakers
  • Palpitations and blackouts

Recommendations for Dr Segal

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Recommended by:

  • byDr Elaine Tickle, GP

    Dr Segal is an excellent cardiologist specialising in Electrophysiology. I have found his approach to patients to be thorough and timely. He is sensible and very able to explain to patients what the problems are and how they might best be solved. His precision for ablation seems high - none of the patients he has treated have slipped back to dysrhythmias. In short, I have no hesitation in referring patients to Dr Segal and would be happy for him to look after me or my family.

  • byDr Jonathan Howard Sheldon, GP

    I have referred many patients to Dr Segal. He is a good General Cardiologist but also has an interest in arrhythmias and always gives an excellent opinion. Patients give very good feedback; he is responsive and a good communicator and I have no reservations in recommending him.

  • byDr Garry Edward Savin, GP

    I recommend Oliver as an excellent doctor in his field. He has successfully helped several of my arrhythmia patients over the years.

  • byMr Neil Roberts, Consultant Cardiac Surgeon

    I refer to this electrophysiologist based on my personal experience of his decision making, technical skill and knowledge base in this area. He is a true expert in this field, and is able to explain all the options available to patients and their families.

  • byMr John Leach, Spine and Brain Surgery

    I have known Dr Segal for a numbers of years. As well as being a fantastic cardiologist he has a naturally relaxed and empathetic style which will help put you at ease. I highly recommend him.

  • byDr Nigel Kellow, Pain Medicine Specialist

    Dr Segal is an excellent cardiologist and I highly recommend him both for routine cardiology and particularly for EP. I cannot think of anyone better for a pacemaker, ICD or an ablation.

  • by Dr David Simcock, Consultant Respiratory Physician

    Dr Oliver Segal is an excellent cardiologist. He provides a good service to his patients who speak highly of him. He is well supported by a multidisciplinary team and provides a high standard of all round cardiac care.

  • by Dr Charlotte Manisty, Cardiologist

    Dr Segal is an expert in electrophysiology with an excellent approach to his patients.

  • byDr Elaine Tickle, GP

    Dr Segal is an excellent cardiologist specialising in Electrophysiology. I have found his approach to patients to be thorough and timely. He is sensible and very able to explain to patients what the problems are and how they might best be solved. His precision for ablation seems high - none of the patients he has treated have slipped back to dysrhythmias. In short, I have no hesitation in referring patients to Dr Segal and would be happy for him to look after me or my family.

  • byDr Jonathan Howard Sheldon, GP

    I have referred many patients to Dr Segal. He is a good General Cardiologist but also has an interest in arrhythmias and always gives an excellent opinion. Patients give very good feedback; he is responsive and a good communicator and I have no reservations in recommending him.

  • byDr Garry Edward Savin, GP

    I recommend Oliver as an excellent doctor in his field. He has successfully helped several of my arrhythmia patients over the years.

  • byMr Neil Roberts, Consultant Cardiac Surgeon

    I refer to this electrophysiologist based on my personal experience of his decision making, technical skill and knowledge base in this area. He is a true expert in this field, and is able to explain all the options available to patients and their families.

  • byMr John Leach, Spine and Brain Surgery

    I have known Dr Segal for a numbers of years. As well as being a fantastic cardiologist he has a naturally relaxed and empathetic style which will help put you at ease. I highly recommend him.

  • byDr Nigel Kellow, Pain Medicine Specialist

    Dr Segal is an excellent cardiologist and I highly recommend him both for routine cardiology and particularly for EP. I cannot think of anyone better for a pacemaker, ICD or an ablation.

  • by Dr David Simcock, Consultant Respiratory Physician

    Dr Oliver Segal is an excellent cardiologist. He provides a good service to his patients who speak highly of him. He is well supported by a multidisciplinary team and provides a high standard of all round cardiac care.

  • by Dr Charlotte Manisty, Cardiologist

    Dr Segal is an expert in electrophysiology with an excellent approach to his patients.

  • Address

    • The Harley Street Clinic

      35 Weymouth Street, London, W1G 8BJ

    • The Princess Grace Hospital

      42-52 Nottingham Pl, Marylebone, London, W1U 5NY

    • The Harley Street Clinic Diagnostic Centre

      16 Devonshire St, Marylebone, London, W1G 7AF

  • Barts Heart Centre

    St Bartholomew's Hospital, West Smithfield , London , EC1A 7BE

  • About Dr Oliver Segal

    GMC number: 4209250

    Year qualified: 1995

    Place of primary qualification: University of London

    Areas of expertise

    • Arrhythmias and heart rhythm devices
    • Atrial fibrillation
    • Cardiac electrophysiology
    • Reveal LINQ device
    • Interventional cardiology
    • Conventional and leadless pacemakers
    • CRT devices
    • Cryptogenic stroke
    • Myotonic dystrophy and other neuromuscular conditions
    • Ectopic and SVT ablation
    • Catheter ablation
    • Ectopic beats
    • Flutter
    • Palpitations and blackouts
    • ICDs/defibrillators and pacing for heart failure (biventricular devices)
    • Implantable devices / device therapy
    • Left atrial appendage occlusion devices (Amulet)
    • Radiofrequency ablation
    • VT

    Professional memberships

    British Heart Rhythm Society
    Heart Rhythm Society
    Royal College of Physicians
    General Medical Council
    European Heart Rhythm Association

    Articles by Dr Oliver Segal

    The ABCDE of Atrial Fibrillation Management

    Laser Balloon Ablation FAQs

    Laser Balloon Ablation for Atrial Fibrillation

    Atrial Flutter Ablation FAQs

    Atrial Flutter - What is Atrial Flutter and how is it treated?

    A Personal Approach to Treating Heart Conditions

    What is Atrial Fibrillation (AF)?

    Does adenosine response predict clinical recurrence of atrial fibrillation after pulmonary vein isolation?

    Predictors of recurrence following radiofrequency ablation for persistent atrial fibrillation.

    Incidence of left atrial thrombus prior to atrial fibrillation ablation

    Mechanisms that initiate ventricular tachycardia in the infarcted human heart.

    Dynamic conduction and repolarisation changes

    Multipolar pulmonary vein ablation catheter vs. irrigated radiofrequency ablation

    Catheter ablation of atrial fibrillation-patient satisfaction from a single-center UK experience.

    The efficacy of intraoperative atrial radiofrequency ablation

    A multi-purpose spiral high-density mapping catheter

    Catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

    Role for Complex Fractionated Atrial Electrogram Ablation

    Is CRT pro-arrhythmic?

    Differential ventricular entrainment

    Detection of the diastolic pathway, circuit morphology, and inducibility of human postinfarction

    Intra-coronary guidewire mapping-a novel technique to guide ablation of human ventricular tachycardia.

    Characterization of the effects of single ventricular extrastimuli on endocardial activation in human infarct-related ventricular tachycardia.

    A novel algorithm for determining endocardial VT exit site from 12-lead surface ECG characteristics in human, infarct-related ventricular tachycardia.

    The effects of carbenoxolone on human myocardial conduction

    Long-term results after ablation of infarct-related ventricular tachycardia.

    Mechanism of pacing-induced ventricular fibrillation in the infarcted human heart.

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