Dr Robert Kelly
All aspects of Cardiology, especially Coronary Artery Disease, stroke, atrial fibrillation, from prevention to treatment. This includes risk assessment, coronary angiography, cardiac CT, angioplasty + Stenting, implantable heart monitors.
MD MBA FRCPI FACC FESC FFSEM
Consultant Cardiology and Lifestyle Medicine
Dr Kelly graduated from RCSI Medical school in 1992 and obtained MRCPI in 1994.
He completed Irish Cardiology SpR training and was conferred MD by thesis by NUI in 2000, based on clinical research of vascular disease undertaken in Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, Scotland.
After a 2 year Interventional/Cardiology Fellowship at the University of North Carolina he was appointed to position of Assistant Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine and Consultant Interventional Cardiologist at Division of Cardiology UNC, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA.
He returned to practice Cardiology in Ireland in May 2007. Dr Kelly has an extensive publication record in non-invasive/imaging and interventional cardiology and is the recipient of a number of distinguished awards, including: the Society of Cardiovascular Angiography and Intervention BRACCO Fellowship and the Young Investigator Award of the Irish Cardiac Society.
He is also a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and the European Society of Cardiology.
“Lifestyle medicine is about preventing, treating and potentially reversing disease through stress, nutrition, sleep management and physical activity.
I assess any patient/individual in all of these areas, especially in context of heart complaints and I provide advice, education and treatment programs to manage those issues.
I also provide corporate lifestyle medicine programs for businesses and employers, or employees on request. I do a twice-monthly Cardiology clinic at UPMC Whitfield on Thursdays. I am contactable through Whitfield Cardiology department”
Cardiology Outpatient Department
Suite: Cardiology Outpatient Department