Dr Tamkeen Kinah is King’s College Hospital’s Specialist Cardiologist, with over 18 years’ experience in various tertiary care hospitals.
He completed his undergraduate medical training at Tver State Medical University, Russia, before undertaking a PhD in cardiology. He has been involved in extensive research on atrial fibrillation and cardiovascular diseases, with many of his research articles being published in leading journals. He is the fellow American college of Cardiology, fellow Asia Pacific Vascular Society. He is also a member of the European, Russian and Emirates Cardiac Societies, and is a visiting Professor of Cardiology at Lincoln American University, Guyana.
Typical symptoms a patient would see Dr Kinah for:
- Shortness of breath
- Chest Pain
- Valvular heart disease
- Coronary artery disease
- Heart failure
- 2D Echocardiogram
- Stress echocardiogram
- Exercise treadmill test
- Dobutamine stress echo
- Transoesophageal echocardiogram
- Holter monitor,
- Remote heart monitor
- Ambulatory blood pressure monitor
- Tilt table test.
- Pacemaker interrogation/Programming
- CT Coronary Angiogram (Cardiac CT)
- Carotid duplex
Fellowships and Memberships
- Fellow American College of Cardiology
- Fellow Asia Pacific Vascular Society
- Member European Cardiac Society
- Member Russian Cardiac Society
- Member Emirates Cardiac Society
Dr Kinah adopts a holistic, personalised approach when working with patients, which over the years, has earned him respect in the community.