Clinical lead for cardiology, heart failure and inherited cardiac diseases
Gerald Carr-White was the clinical lead for heart failure, and inherited diseases at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust for 14 years. He is now the joint medical director of the cardiovascular, respiratory and critical care unit.
He has sat on the 2 main national leadership groups for cardiology, helping develop regional and national guidelines and service specifications for NHS England. He is currently one of 2 cardiologists sitting on the pan london oversight board for strategy, patient pathways and covid management and recovery.
Gerald is the vice president for Cardiomyopathy UK, leading patient education events across the country, and is an elected member of the national association of inherited cardiac diseases. He is the network clinical lead for both King's Health Partners and the NHS England South London Cardiac Network, coordinating patient pathways across a population of 8 million people.
Alongside his clinical work, Gerald is a Professor in heart failure and inherited diseases at King's College London, and lectures both nationally and internationally. He has published over 120 peer-reviewed articles in medical journals in the fields of heart failure, inherited cardiac diseases, cardiac imaging and valve disease, and has been granted over 7 million pounds in research grant income.
Education and training
- Higher certification in cardiology and general medicine - 2006
- Specialist cardiology training, Brompton, and Guy's and St Thomas' hospitals
- PhD in the mechanics of ventricular function, Brompton Hospital
- Member of the Royal College of Physicians - 1996
- Trained in general medicine, Bromptom, Hammersmith, and St Mary's hospitals
- Honours in Medicine, University of London
- Echo and MRI assessment of cardiomyopathies and heart failure
- Assessment and optimisation of cardiac resynchronisation therapy
Secretary: Quan So
Secretary phone: 020 7188 9256
Email: [email protected]
- Heart failure
- Inherited cardiac diseases and cardiomyopathies
- Cardiac imaging (echo, CT and MRI)
- Valve disease
- General cardiology
Last updated: October 2022