Dr Will Wallis is a general cardiologist, with specialisation in interventional cardiology, permanent pacing, echocardiology and electrophysiology. He sees referrals for a range of consultations, including invasive and non-invasive investigation, percutaneous internvention and permanent pacing. After qualifying in 1986, he continued training to become a Specialist Registrar in Cardiology at St Thomas's, the Royal Brompton, the London Chest and St Bartholomew's Hospitals. He is currently based for NHS work at West Herts NHS Trust and is the training lead in cardiology at Watford General Hospital.
Dr Wallis has also conducted considerable research, including two years at UCL, into left ventricular hypertrophy for his PhD, which he achieved in 1997. His professional memberships include the Royal College of Physicians, The British Cardiac Society and the British Cardiac Interventional Society.