Name and Position

Dr Dan Raine
Consultants
Cardiology

Contact Details

Main Telephone Number:01603 288389
Fax Number: 0

Profile

Department page: Cardiology

Sub-Speciality: Cardiac Electrophysiology and Device Therapy

Special Clinical InterestsCardiac Electrophysiology; Standard and Complex Catheter Ablation; Pacemaker, Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD) and Cardiac Resynchronisation Therapy (CRT) Device Implantation; Micra (Leadless Pacemaker) Implantation

Research Interests: Surface ECG waveform analysis and catheter ablation in patients with atrial fibrillation

Current membership(s) of professional National and Regional bodies: MRCP (Edinburgh)

Medical Secretary: Liz Tidy 

GMC number: 6114731

Professional profile: I undertook my general cardiology training in the North East of England and completed my subspecialty training in Cardiac Electrophysiology and Device Therapy at James Cook University Hospital (Middlesbrough) and Freeman Hospital (Newcastle upon Tyne). I completed my Cardiology training in February 2017 and then undertook a fellowship in Cardiac Electrophysiology at John Radcliffe Hospital (Oxford) before starting work as a Locum Consultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist at the same institution.

I started my substantive Consultant post at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital in July 2018 and am currently working with my colleague Dr Richard Till to develop a complex Cardiac Electrophysiology service for the people of Norfolk.

My training has provided me with a breadth of experience in all aspects of cardiology and arrhythmia management including standard and complex ablation and device implantation.

My interest in cardiac electrophysiology stems from my intercalated Bachelor of Medical Science degree which I undertook in 2002. The main focus of this research was on the utility of surface ECG waveform analysis in assessing the impact of pharmacological and catheter ablation treatments in patients with atrial fibrillation. I subsequently developed this research into an MD project which was funded by the British Heart Foundation as a Clinical Research Training Fellowship and completed in December 2015.