Dr Rick Veasey

Consultant Cardiologist


General Medical Council Number: 4718471

I am qualified in general cardiology and have a specialist interest in Advanced Rhythm Management (ablation / electrophysiology / simple and complex pacemakers and defibrillators).

I completed my specialist training in the South East of England at a number of centres including King’s College Hospital and the Royal Sussex County Hospital.

I was awarded a Doctorate from St George’s University of London for my research, performed at Eastbourne DGH, assessing ablation and pacemaker treatments for atrial fibrillation.

I have published several papers in peer-reviewed journals.

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Rick Veasey include:


Additional information

Professional memberships
Member of Royal College of Physicians (RCP)

Member of British Heart Rhythm Society (BHRS)

Member of British Cardiovascular Society (BCS)

Member of European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA)

Member of European Society of Cardiology (ESC)

Consultant at Conquest Hospital and Eastbourne DGH.

Honorary Consultant at Royal Sussex County Hospital.

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