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Richard Grocott-Mason

Consultant Cardiologist

Harefield Hospital

HQ Phone:  +44 1895 823737

Email: r***@***.uk

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Harefield Hospital

Hill End Road

Harefield, Greater London,UB9 6JH

United Kingdom

Company Description

Harefield is served by the following buses from Uxbridge tube station: U9: Uxbridge Station - Harefield West (Belfry Avenue), every 20 minutes, Monday - Saturday, hourly on Sundays 331: Uxbridge Station - Northwood - Ruislip. (This service is to the "Kings A... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Divisional Director

Heart Division Harefield Hospital


Affiliations

Royal Brompton Hospital

Medical Director


London PCTs

Joint Committee


London Health Commission

Member


Web References(27 Total References)


Trust board - Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

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Dr Richard Grocott-Mason, medical director
Expand / Collapse Richard Grocott-Mason headshot Dr Grocott-Mason has worked at Hillingdon Hospital and Harefield Hospital since 1999, combining clinical work with clinical leadership roles, including clinical director for medicine and then joint medical director and responsible officer for The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He was appointed interim medical director in December 2015. Richard's experience as a consultant cardiologist spans 15 years. He completed his initial training at Jesus College, Oxford and St Thomas' Hospital Medical School, London, qualifying in 1986. He then trained in cardiology and general medicine at numerous hospitals, including:


Local consultant takes up more responsibility in Royal Brompton & Harefiled NHS FT

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At the November Board Meeting of the Royal Brompton & Harefield Trust the Chairman announced that Dr Richard Grocott-Mason will take up the post as interim medical director when Prof Evans leaves.
He is currently the divisional director of the heart division at Harefield Hospital, a post he has held since October 2014. His adult cardiology experience includes assessment of coronary artery disease, valve disease and heart failure. He works with a team of cardiologists to provide the primary angioplasty service at Harefield. Dr Grocott-Mason has worked at Hillingdon Hospital and Harefield Hospital since 1999, combining clinical work with clinical leadership roles, including clinical director for medicine and then joint medical director and responsible officer for The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.


www.communityvoicehealth.org.uk

Dr. Richard Grocott-Mason, Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals
Dr. Grocott-Mason has worked at Hillingdon Hospital and Harefield Hospital since 1999, combining clinicaal work with clinical leadership roles, including clinical director for medicine and then joint medical director and responsible officer for the Hillingdon NHS Foundation Trust. Dr Grocott-Mason is passionate about ensuring that patients receive a high-quality service and finding innovative ways to organise and run clinical services.


rbhcharity.org

From left to right: The Hon. Alexander Downer AC, Vanessa Bradley, The Hon. Ros Kelly , Gill Raikes, Dr Richard Grocott-Mason and Sir Robert Finch
Dr Richard Grocott-Mason, who has been a consultant cardiologist at Harefield Hospital for over 15 years, then talked about some of the many medical breakthroughs that have been pioneered at the hospital and outlined the exciting new developments that are taking place to allow staff to treat even more heart and lung patients in the future. Dr Grocott-Mason Dr Grocott-Mason


Harefield Hospital

www.ruislipresidents.org.uk [cached]

At the November Board Meeting of the Royal Brompton & Harefield Trust the Chairman announced that Dr Richard Grocott-Mason will take up the post as interim medical director when Prof Evans leaves.
He is currently the divisional director of the heart division at Harefield Hospital, a post he has held since October 2014. His adult cardiology experience includes assessment of coronary artery disease, valve disease and heart failure. He works with a team of cardiologists to provide the primary angioplasty service at Harefield. Dr Grocott-Mason has worked at Hillingdon Hospital and Harefield Hospital since 1999, combining clinical work with clinical leadership roles, including clinical director for medicine and then joint medical director and responsible officer for The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. At the March 2015 meeting of the community Voice, of which we are a member, the guest speaker was Dr Richard Grocott-Mason, Consultant Cardiologist and Divisional Director, Heart Division Harefield Hospital, speaking about 'Heart Disease, Prevention and Treatment' a) Dr Grocott-Mason described the heart and explained that we each have 60,000 miles of blood vessels. d) Dr Grocott-Mason described procedures for dealing with various forms of HD, including primary angioplasty, coronary artery bypass, aortic stenosis and he listed advances made in recent years. e) In answer to a question, he explained that prevention and treatment of a stroke (blockage of a blood vessel to the brain) and of a heart attack (blockage of a blood vessel to the heart) are similar.


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