Dr Paramjit Jeetley is a consultant cardiologist with a special interest in cardiac imaging and heart failure.  He also has expertise in managing cardiac disease in patients with advanced renal disease. He is based at the Royal Free Hospital where he has been a consultant since 2011. 

He qualified MBChB from the University of Bristol in 1995 after which he worked across the South West of England before embarking on a dedicated period of research at Northwick Park Hospital in stress and contrast perfusion echocardiography. He has presented his work at national and international meetings and has published original research in a number of peer reviewed journals.   

He was appointed as a consultant cardiologist at the Royal Free in 2011.  He has held a number of leadership roles in the department and was clinical director for Royal Free Cardiology between 2016 and 2021. He is the current lead for the cardiac CT service. He also remains joint lead for undergraduate teaching for Cardiology at the Royal Free for UCL medical students.  

Dr Jeetley has broad experience in general cardiology and manages patients with a wide range of cardiac presentations and conditions within his daily practice. In addition, he has a sub-speciality interest in cardiac imaging particularly echocardiography and cardiac CT.   

He has further sub-speciality interests in heart failure and in the cardiac assessment of patients with advanced renal disease. In particular he provides cardiology input into patients who are being considered for renal transplantation.       

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