Contact Dr Peter Fahmy
Dr Peter Fahmy
Contacting Dr Peter Fahmy
Dr Peter Fahmy is an Interventional Cardiologist with rooms in Sydney at Bella Vista (Norwest) and Greater Western Sydney (Blue Mountains). If you need a referral and would like to make an appointment, please download the referral form by clicking this link. Once the form has downloaded please print it out and take it to your GP or doctor to complete. You can make your appointment today while waiting for a referral letter from your general practitioner or specialist.
Dr Fahmy’s rooms are located on level 2, Building C, Medical Suite 203, at Norwest Private Hospital, Bella Vista.
Please contact us during business hours by phone or after hours online. To contact us online please complete the contact form below with your request.
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If you have a referral and would like to make an appointment online, please call the rooms or fill out the form below and we will call you.
Please remember to bring your cardiology referral letter with you on the first day you see Dr Fahmy.
TAVI (Tranascatheter Aortic Valve Insertion)
Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI)
Adjunctive imaging can also be used to further assist in coronary intervention such as IVUS and OCT.
Diagnostic imaging such as Intravascular Ultrasound (or IVUS) lets cardiologists see inside a coronary artery in real time, yielding information beyond routine imaging methods such as coronary angiography or non-invasive Multislice CT scans.
Intravascular optical coherence tomography (OCT) can add value to angiography as a diagnostic and/or intervention tool for percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) guidance.
ASD and PFO closures Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO)
PFO’s are suspected to be a cause of cryptogenic stroke (a stroke that cannot be linked to a specific cause). Some research suggests there may be a link between PFO’s and migraine headaches.
Atrial septal defect (ASD)
DIschemic Heart disease
Structural Heart Disease (SHD)
- People are born with the disease – i.e. a hole within the chambers of the heart
- They acquire SHD through wear and tear – i.e. a tight or leaky heart valve.
- Slow heartbeat (bradycardia).
- Fast heartbeat (tachycardia).
- Irregular heartbeat (flutter or fibrillation).
- Early heartbeat (premature contraction).