Inherited cardiac conditions referrals

 

Who can refer

We accept referrals from GPs, other hospitals and tertiary centres.

  • Who to refer

    Please refer to the inherited cardiac conditions section on the overview page.

    In general, referrals should be made for the following groups of patients:

    • patients with suspected inherited cardiac conditions
    • patients who have survived an unexplained cardiac arrest
    • first degree relatives (sibling, child or parent) of patients with an inherited cardiac condition.
    • first degree relatives (sibling, child or parent) of patients who have survived an unexplained cardiac arrest
    • first degree relatives (sibling, child or parent) of individuals who have died from a suspected inherited cardiac condition, sudden arrhythmic death syndrome (SADS) or premature sudden cardiac death (less than 45 years old).

Referral contacts

Adult referrals to Guy's and St Thomas'

GP inherited heart muscle conditions and inherited arrhythmia referrals should be made via the NHS e-Referral service. Please choose the ICC option.

All other inherited heart muscle conditions and inherited arrhythmia referrals should be made by email to gst-tr.cardiology@nhs.net.

Adult referrals to King's College Hospital

GP inherited heart muscle conditions and inherited arrhythmia referrals should be made via the NHS e-Referral service. Please choose the ICC option.

All other inherited heart muscle conditions and inherited arrhythmia referrals should be made by email to kch-tr.KCHReferrals@nhs.net or sent by post for the attention of:

Dr Nabeel Sheikh/Dr Rachel Bastiaenen/Dr Mohammad Albarjas
Department of cardiology
Hambledon Wing
Kings’ College Hospital
London SE5 9RS

Children referrals (patients under 16) to Evelina London

Visit the Evelina London Children's Hospital website for referral information.