Dr Roland Hilling-Smith is an Interventional Cardiologist located at the St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital & St Andrew’s Specialist Centre, St Vincent’s Private Hospital Northside, Mater Medical Centre, and Greenslopes Specialist Centre. He is also an Associate with Queensland Cardiovascular Group (QCG).
He has a special interest in clinical cardiology, specifically on coronary and structural interventions. Dr Hilling-Smith performs a wide range of structural interventions including TAVI, PFO/ASD Closure, percutaneous treatments of aortic and mitral valves, left atrial appendage occlusion and renal denervation, to list a few.
Roland studied medicine in Scotland at Edinburgh University and trained in general medicine at the Fremantle Hospital. He completed his specialty cardiology training at the MonashHeart in Melbourne, Australia. Following this, he completed two interventional fellowships, firstly at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane followed by an awarded Chamberlain Scholarship in Advanced Coronary and Structural Intervention at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in England.
Roland is a proctor in structural techniques including the TAVI procedure. He has been widely published in research manuscripts, book chapter and spoken at domestic and international conferences. He is passionate about improving patient outcomes following a percutaneous structural intervention.
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