Position: Director of Cardiac Electrophysiology Service
Location: London, UK
Francis Murgatroyd is Director of Cardiac Electrophysiology Service at King’s College Hospital. He trained in cardiology and arrhythmias at St George’s, then at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester, and spend an 18 month fellowship with George Klein’s group at the University of Western Ontario. His first consultant appointment was at Papworth in 2000, and he moved to his current post in 2004. Dr Murgatroyd is interested in all types of adult cardiac electrophysiology, especially ventricular arrhythmias. He has published >70 papers and three books including the best-selling introductory text for cardiac EP. Dr Murgatroyd is on BHRS Council and is the Clinical Lead for the National Audits of CRM and Electrophysiology (at NICOR); he also periodically acts as an advisor to NICE, the MHRA, and NHS England.