Dr Chris Morley is a Consultant Cardiologist at the Yorkshire Clinic in Bingley
Arrhythmia, pacing and device therapy (both automatic implantable defibrillators and resynchronisation therapy with biventricular pacing). Preventative cardiology, including management of hypertension and hyperlipidaemia. Management of chronic heart conditions especially syncope (Blackout Service), heart failure, stable and refractory angina (enhanced external counterpulsation)
I have a special interest in cardia therapeutics with an emphasis on careful medication and avoiding side effects of treatment.
Trained Oxford University (1970-1976); Doctorate in Medicine awarded by Oxford University 1986 following 5 years research at Westminster Hospital in bradyarrhythmias and pacing; Honorary Lecturer Leeds University 1983-1988; Lead Cardiologist Bradford Teaching Hospitals 1988 - current.
PUBLICATIONS - Mainly in the field of Bradyarrhythmia and syncope but more recently in the management of heart rate.
BMA, British Cardiac Society, Heart Rhythm UK, British Heart Failure Society, Royal Society of Medicine, Alumni Oxford University Medical School.
Bradford Teaching Hospitals
Monday afternoon, Tuesday evening & Friday morning. Also flexible urgent appointments including Saturday mornings (by arrangement)