In the UK cardiovascular disease affects approximately 1 in 3 people and is the most common cause of death. The vast majority of these deaths are caused by coronary artery disease and heart attacks.
Fortunately, broadly 4 out of 5 people suffering from coronary artery disease get early warning signs. However, 1 in 5 people have what is known as “silent coronary artery disease” and do not experience any of the typical symptoms.
As a consultant cardiologist, I work alongside adults of all ages, both male and female, to help diagnose heart conditions early, where treatment is typically more successful and lifestyle changes can be promptly implemented.
Private consultations are available at Chaucer Hospital Canterbury, KIMS Maidstone, One Ashford Hospital Ashford, Spencer Private Hospital Margate and Benenden Hospital Cranbrook.
Dover Street Medical Secretaries
Mrs Tansy Martin
Tel: 01227 764 686
Just a quick thank you for your thorough diagnosis and advice. My TIA and AFib were a major concern but I am now confident, following all the tests, medication and your guidance, that I can resume active life as normal. I am also grateful to your colleagues and staff at the QEQM Hospital, and particularly the Cardiac and Stroke units, for their prompt, professional and considerate care.
Thank you to Dr Grosser & Staff, with gratitude. Many thanks for all of your professional help. It was very reassuring to know I was in the hands of a true expert.
Dr Grosser was very kind and patient and willing to listen to questions and explain. He helped to put my mind at rest and I am very grateful to him. I am writing this review as if I were my husband
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Dr Grosser recently fitted me with a Stent at the William Harvey Hospital at Ashford At a previous meeting he had described the procedure in full detail, the reasons why one was needed, the benefits and any possible problems. I was also briefed before the operation. On both occasions I found his manner very friendly and more than willing to answer any questions in lay mans terms. Whilst he came across as very professional there was no arrogance with him which helped considerably and enabled me to relax.
Dr Grosser first treated me when I suffered a heart attack in October 2017, he made me feel comfortable, relaxed and then again asked to see me again as a follow up 6 months later to check everything was fine, again talked me through everything before and after the procedure – I totally felt at ease in his care
Following my event Dr Grosser made me feel totally at ease by explaining exactly what had happened and what resulting surgery I needed and 1year later I am fully fit and well And following another appointment with him today I feel that I have made a full recovery.