A/Prof Paul Gould is an electrophysiologist who practises at St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital and the Princess Alexandra Hospital and also consults at the Ipswich Cardiac Centre.

He completed Medicine with First Class Honours, Cardiology and his Doctoral thesis (PhD) at The Alfred Hospital/Monash University in Melbourne. Subsequent to this he completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship with Professor George Klein in Canada. In 2007, he returned to Brisbane as a cardiologist and electrophysiologist. He has published widely in his field and specialises in simple and complex ablation of cardiac arrhythmias, in particular atrial fibrillation and cardiac device implantation, pacemakers and defibrillators. Paul participates in many overseas and national meetings. Along with five other colleagues, he runs UCAD an annual national meeting for general cardiologists in cardiac rhythm management.

He has many years of experience in clinical cardiology. He is also the chair and founder of the Australian and New Zealand Cardiac Device Advisory and Complication Committee.


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