Dr Andrew Deaner is one of London's leading cardiologists. With over 35 years' experience, his areas of expertise include angina, coronary artery disease, palpitations and heart failure. He also specialise in the treatment of pregnant women with heart disease.
After graduating from the University of Leeds in 1987 having studied Medicine and undertaking further medical training at London Chest Hospital, he earned his first consultancy role as a consultant cardiologist at King George and the London Chest Hospitals in 1996.
Dr Deaner’s private practice locations include Spire Roding and Spire Hartswood, based in London and Essex, which offer complete cardiology care. His NHS practice is based at Bart's Heart Centre, St Bartholomew's Hospital and King George Hospital.
Dr Deaner is known for his role in the resuscitation and subsequent treatment of footballer Fabrice Muamba, whose heart stopped for 78 minutes during a match in 2012. He is actively involved in promoting CPR training of the general public and is heavily involved in educating junior doctors. He has previously served as president of the Cardiology Section of the Royal Society of Medicine and is currently vice-chair of the specialist advisory committee for general internal medicine, at the Royal College of Physicians.