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    Dr Anthony FreemanDr Anthony Freeman has practiced as a consultant cardiologist in Randwick for over 20 years. He has been appointed to Prince of Wales Hospital during this period and has been actively involved in providing an on-call service to the Coronary Care Unit and to the general cardiology wards. He is involved with teaching of students and registrars and various educational programmes for general practitioners. Communication with local general practitioners has always been a high priority in maintaining the highest standard of cardiology care by Randwick Cardiology. He is an invited speaker at various medical forums throughout Australia and abroad. His special interests are preventive cardiology and non-invasive imaging particularly ultrasound, nuclear medicine and cardiac CT.
    Dr Daniel FriedmanDr Daniel Friedman is a Consultant and Interventional Cardiologist who has practised exclusively in the Randwick area since 1996, after completing advanced Cardiology and Interventional training at the Prince Henry and Prince of Wales Hospitals. He is on the Cardiology admitting roster at the Prince of Wales Hospital, a VMO at the Prince of Wales Private Hospital and has Interventional rights at the Eastern Heart and Southern Heart Clinics. He is a member of the Medical Advisory Committee of the Eastern Heart Clinic. He is an acknowledged leader in the field of Cardiac CT, Chairs the ANZ International Regional Committee of the (American) Society of Cardiovascular CT and is a member of the ANZ CTCA Conjoint Committee. He is the Founder and Director of the Australian Institute of Cardiovascular CT which runs advanced Cardiac CT training programs for Cardiologists and Radiologists. He sits on the Clinical Practices Advisory and the Continuing Education and Recertification Committees of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand and is an invited reviewer for numerous journals including the peer-reviewed journal Heart, Lung and Circulation.
    Dr John LambrosDr John Lambros has been in private cardiology practice since 1997. His interests include preventive cardiology and cardiac imaging with extensive experience in stress echocardiography and cardiac CT being accredited by both the Conjoint Committee for the Recognition of Training in CT Coronary Angiography as well as being Level 3 accredited by the (American) Society of Cardiovascular CT and is a reporting cardiologist for Cardiac Imaging Associates. He is also a Visiting Medical Officer at the Prince of Wales Public and Private Hospitals and the Eastern Heart Clinic.
    Dr Simon EggletonConsultant Cardiologist, Randwick Cardiology. Visiting Medical Officer at The Mater Hospital and Prince of Wales Private Hospital. Reporting Cardiologist, Cardiac Imaging Associates, Sydney. Dr Simon Eggleton graduated from the University of New South Wales with Honours in 1999. He commenced his Post Graduate Cardiology training in 2004 and completed this training in 2006. In 2007 he completed a Cardiac Imaging Fellowship at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney with a specific emphasis on transoesophageal echocardiography and also Cardiac CT at Cardiac Imaging Associates. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians; and the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand. He also holds accreditation with the Society of Cardiac CT and also the Conjoint Committee for reporting Cardiac CT in Australia. His interests include cardiac imaging with an emphasis in valvular heart disease, preventative cardiology and perioperative medicine.
    dradamberger-profileDr Adam Berger is a consultant cardiologist with an interest in multimodality cardiac imaging, including echocardiography, cardiac CT, and cardiac MRI. He graduated with Honours from the University of New South Wales in 2003, and completed his training in cardiology at the Prince of Wales Hospital and Liverpool Hospital. He completed a 12 month post-graduate clinical and research fellowship in cardiac CT and MRI at St Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, over 2013-14. He is currently a Visiting Medical Officer at Liverpool Hospital, and is a conjoint lecturer with the University of New South Wales . He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians and holds Level B accreditation in reporting cardiac CT with the Conjoint Committee for Reporting Cardiac CT in Australia. He currently reports cardiac CT and MRI in conjunction with the Spectrum Radiology group and Mid-North Coast Imaging. He has a strong interest in preventative cardiology, structural heart disease and coronary imaging.

    Dr Kiran Swaraj ​Dr Kiran Swaraj is a clinical and imaging cardiologist who is partly relocating to Randwick, having practiced in the Northwest and Southern regions of Sydney for the past 5 years. She has completed her Physician's training at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Sydney where she was appointed Chief Medical Resident and was responsible for Medical registrar training. She went on to complete her Cardiology and Echocardiography Fellowships at RPAH and furthered her experience at St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney where she worked in the fields of cardiac transplantation, severe heart failure and pulmonary hypertension. An additional area of expertise is her dual training in Nuclear Medicine and PET.

    Her interests include prevention and management of CAD, with an emphasis on minimally invasive modalities. She has a particular interest in choosing the correct initial tools for detection and comprehensive management of CAD, especially in women. In addition to general cardiology consultation, Dr Swaraj will provide echocardiography, exercise testing, holter/event monitoring, ambulatory BP monitoring, cardiac CT and nuclear cardiology services. Dr Swaraj is multilingual and is also able to communicate in Hindi and Marathi.

    Dr Kiran Sarathy ​Dr. Kiran Sarathy is a coronary and structural interventional cardiologist with hospital appointments at Prince of Wales Hospital, Eastern Heart Clinic, and Gosford Hospital. He joined Randwick Cardiology after returning home to Sydney following time overseas. He received his MBBS (UNSW) in 2010 and FRACP in 2017 and subsequently completed fellowships in Canada (Ottawa Heart Institute), the UK (Barts Heart Centre) and Australia (Prince of Wales) with an honorary designation in intervention cardiology from his time in Canada (DRCPSC). He has accreditation from the Conjoint Committee for Reporting Cardiac CT in Australia. He also has attained a Masters in Clinical Trials Research (USyd) and is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and Conjoint member of UNSW staff in recognition of his interest in tertiary medical education.


    Dr Daniel Chen Dr Daniel Chen is a cardiologist at the Prince of Wales & St George Hospitals in Sydney, Australia and a senior lecturer and researcher through the Hatter Cardiovascular Institute at University College London (UCL). He is a specialist in cardio-oncology and cross-sectional cardiac imaging. His research interests include immunotherapy induced cardiotoxicities, cardiovascular outcomes in breast cancer, and cancer survivorship.

    He completed cardiology training at the Prince of Wales and St George Hospitals in Sydney before undertaking a cardio-oncology and cardiac imaging fellowship with the Barts Heart Centre in London, UK. He was appointed as a consultant cardiologist in 2021 to the University College of London Hospital and Barts Heart Centre as a cardio-oncologist, and as an honorary associate professor at the University College of London. He has most recently been appointed as a consultant cardiologist at the Prince of Wales & St George Hospitals in Sydney to establish and lead the cardio-oncology services. He holds board certification and is a member of the International Cardio-Oncology Society (ICOS) and is a Level III Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging specialist with the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging (EACVI).

    His current research focuses on the cardiovascular outcomes associated with chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cell therapy in patients with relapsed and refractory B-cell blood cancers, the utility of advanced cardiac imaging and serum biomarkers for early diagnosis of cardiotoxicity in these patients.