Dr Beverly Tsai-goodman

Dr Beverly Tsai-goodman


Paediatrics (children's doctor)

29 years of experience


  • Paediatric Cardiology
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Languages spoken

  • English
  • Mandarin
  • German
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Registered with

  • General Medical Council: 3455452
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    Practices worked at

    The Portland Hospital

    234 Great Portland Street, London, United Kingdom, W1W 5QT
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    Dr Beverly Tsai-Goodman studied medicine at the University of Southampton. In 2004 she was awarded a doctorate from the University of Bristol where she trained in paediatric cardiology and practised as a consultant until 2016. Additionally, from 2004 to 2014, Dr Tsai-Goodman was the leading cardiologist for the Barth Syndrome Specialist Services in Bristol.

    She also spent 15 months at Boston’s Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School as a senior clinical fellow. During this time, she trained in cardiac MRI, echocardiography and fetal cardiology.

    Since 2017 Dr Tsai-Goodman has been a consultant paediatric and fetal cardiologist at Royal Brompton Hospital.

    She she was recently awarded a master’s (MSc) degree in genomics medicine at Imperial College London. Her aim is to combine her expertise in paediatric and fetal cardiology with the latest in human genomics.

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    Special interests

    • Diagnosing congenital heart disease (CHD), heart murmurs, chest pain and palpitations (children and young adults)  
    • Managing CHD in patients from before birth to young adulthood
    • Managing newborn infants and children with congenital heart defects
    • Detecting abnormalities in fetal hearts as early as 15-16 gestation
    • Working with obstetricians and obstetrics ultrasonographers to improve recognition of CHD early
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    • BM 
    • MSc
    • FRCP Royal College of Physicians
    • MD (research) University of Bristol 2004
    • PG certified
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