Dr Jonathan Hill

Dr Jonathan Hill


30 years of experience
16 years as a specialist

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“He was very clear and explained everything well. “
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  • Interventional Cardiology
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Languages spoken

  • English
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Registered with

  • General Medical Council: 3685576
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    Practices worked at

    London Bridge Hospital

    27 Tooley Street, London, United Kingdom, SE1 2PR
    2,757 reviews

    The Wellington Hospital

    St Johns Wood, London, United Kingdom, NW8 7JA
    1,619 reviews


    Dr Jonathan Hill is a renowned Consultant Cardiologist with HCA Healthcare at London Bridge Hospital, along with an NHS role at Kings College Hospital Foundation Trust. He offers clients a first-class service for all areas of cardiology. 

    He qualified from Edinburgh University Medical School and Cambridge University with a Medical Degree in 1992. Following this, he completed his specialist cardiology training in London. His outstanding work led to him being awarded the first National Heart Lung and Blood Institute Bench to Bedside award. He spent time at the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Mayland, USA where he gained invaluable experience and an international view into interventional research withing the cardiovascular field. When he returned to the UK he furthered his training in interventional cardiology at the London Chest Hospital. He remains actively involved in research, particularly in stem and progenitor cells within cardiovascular disease. He strong academic and professional background led to him being appointed as Clinical Senior Lecturer at Kings College London. Throughout his career, he has published numerous papers in well-respected journals. 


    Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments

    • Cardiology CT
    • Cardiovascular Risk Assessment
    • Interventional Cardiology
    • Cardiovascular Risk Assessment


    • MA
    • MBChB
    • MRCP
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