How We Can Help You

Assisting Patients and GPs

For Patients

Global Cardiology’s heart specialists perform a range of tests to diagnose heart problems, as well as the procedures necessary to treat them.

We understand that being referred for cardiology testing or treatment may make you feel worried or anxious, and that it helps to know what to expect before you come in.

You’ll find more information about each of our tests and procedures here. If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact our friendly reception team on (08) 6332 6999.

For GPs

As a GP, you play an incredibly important role in early diagnosis of heart conditions and helping patients to achieve the best possible outcomes.

At Global Cardiology, we value the work you do and supporting our referring GPs is a top priority.

We offer open access cardiac testing, and in urgent cases, we will see your patient within 24 hours.

We also provide the following complimentary services to support you in your cardiac care:

Request an APPOINTMENT Complete our appointment form and we will get right back to you.


    *** COVID-19 Information for Patients ****

    As an essential healthcare provider, we will continue operating, providing services to our patients. We will continue to follow the health department guidelines.

    Please observe the below guideline:

    *Under certain circumstances, you will be required to wear a mask. It is important to follow the most current advice on the requirements for wearing a face mask. Please visit HealthyWA for the most up to date information.

    *If you have COVID-like symptoms, or if you were present at any of the high-risk locations as notified in the government website and media, please DO NOT attend the clinic and contact us to reschedule the appointment.

    *Please limit the accompanying person to one, if you need assistance (No children please).

    Global Cardiology is continuing to closely monitor the information provided by the Australian Health Department and the WA Health Department on the current situation with coronavirus (COVID-19).