Dr Nicholas Gall is a Consultant Cardiologist at King’s College Hospital, specialising in the management of cardiac rhythm disorders, including both fast and slow heart rhythms and the investigation, management and prevention of both blackouts and Sudden Cardiac Death. He is practised in invasive treatments including Pacemakers, Cardioversion and Implantable Loop Recorder insertion.
Dr Gall qualified in 1993 from Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospitals Medical School, began training in cardiology in 1996 and became a Consultant in 2004.
Dr Gall has particular expertise in causes of collapse and loss of consciousness and in particular autonommic cardiovascular conditions such as Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (PoTS), Inappropriate Sinus Tachycardia and Orthostatic Intolerance. He runs the Neurocardiology service at King's College Hospital.
Dr Gall has diverse reserach interests and in particular in PoTS. He has published widely in the field of Cardiology and speaks at National and International conferences. He runs the PoTS masterclass with colleagues and the London Syncope meeting. He is a Patron of PoTS-UK and a medical adviser to STARS.
Dr Nicholas Gall is a highly experienced electrophysiologist who has become a leading UK expert in the field of neurocardiology. Whilst sitting at the top of his field in his NHS teaching hospital practice in King's College Hospital, where he is prolific in the field of PoTS, he also successfully manages a busy private practice. The NHS and private patients I have shared with him are uniformly impressed by his considerate approach, extensive knowledge and patient-centric clinical service. He is exceedingly well regarded by his peers and greatly liked by all his patients.