Regent’s Park CEO invited to speak at the British Museum

“Regent’s Park features in a London Business School 50th anniversary celebratory film.”

LONDON, United Kingdom, 1 December, 2015: Regent’s Park Heart Clinics Ltd. (Regent’s Park), an independent healthcare company specialising in the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease, today announced that its Chief Executive, Dr Ohri, has been invited to speak alongside other healthcare executives at the 2015 London Business School Global Healthcare conference.

The opening keynote speaker will be Mr Stuart Fletcher, CEO of Bupa and the closing keynote will be delivered by Dr Paul Stoffels, Chief Scientific Officer and Worldwide Chairman, Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceuticals

Below is an excerpt from the background to the meeting:

A healthy future? Striking the balance between patients, value and innovation. The healthcare ecosystem is changing.  Developments in technology and rising patient expectations will require paradigm shifts in the way healthcare is delivered.  The picture is complicated by continued strain on limited healthcare budgets and the need to provide satisfactory returns to investors.  As we move towards the future, new models for business and for the provision of clinical care will be needed to adequately serve stakeholders – how will we strike a balance between patients, value and innovation?

The conference is to be held on Monday 7 December 2015 at the iconic British Museum and is sponsored by The Boston Consulting Group.

Regent’s Park is an independent company dedicated to creating world-class centres for the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. The company develops, owns and operates diagnostic and treatment facilities focusing exclusively on cardiovascular disease in partnership with leading hospitals and groups of cardiologists across the United Kingdom. Regent’s Park has been a national provider of cardiology services to the NHS since 2003 and has provided invasive cardiology procedures to over 35,000 patients through its facilities – coronary angiograms, coronary angioplasty, cardiac electrophysiology, defibrillator and pacing procedures. Regent’s Park prides itself on its ability to deliver high quality, cost-effective cardiac care, through excellent service, efficient operations management, well-trained staff, and uncompromising professionalism.

The Regent’s Park guiding philosophy is that every patient with heart disease should have access to healthcare of a world-class standard.

Regent’s Park delivers 100% service uptime in managed cardiology services contract in Essex

“Regent’s Park delivers 100% service uptime in managed cardiology services contract in Essex.”

LONDON, United Kingdom, 1st November, 2015: Regent’s Park Cardiovascular Solutions Ltd. (Regent’s Park), an independent healthcare company specialising in the provision of cardiology services to the NHS, announced it delivered 100% service uptime in a managed cardiology services contract at the Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust in Harlow, Essex.

Bryn Webber, Cardiac Services Director at Regent’s Park, said: “Harlow required a rapid response, and we responded with a modular cath lab and staffing solution within two weeks of receiving their request.” He added: “Working closely with their cardiologists’ and staff over a seven month period we delivered a fully managed cardiology service – diagnostics, PCI and pacemaker insertions, five days per week, providing 100% service uptime – a tremendous outcome measure which I believe is an excellent testament to our technical and operational capabilities.”

The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust was established in April 1995. It is a medium size hospital with an income of circa £170 million, comprising 420 general and acute beds and providing general critical services, including a 24/7 emergency department, an intensive care unit, a maternity unit and a level II neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).The Trust employs 2,500 staff and serves a core population of about 350,000 for people living in West Essex and East Hertfordshire.

Regent’s Park has been a national provider of cardiology services to the NHS since 2003. The company comprises five operating divisions arranged across a nationwide network of cardiac catheterisation laboratories, cardiac personnel and specialist heart clinics that together have delivered over 90,000 invasive cardiology procedures – coronary angiograms, angioplasty, cardiac electrophysiology, transcatheter aortic valve implantations, defibrillator insertions and pacing procedures. Regent’s Park prides itself on its ability to deliver high quality, cost-effective cardiac care, through excellent service, efficient operations management, well-trained staff and uncompromising professionalism.

The Regent’s Park guiding philosophy is that every patient with heart disease should have access to healthcare of a world-class standard.

Dr. Sarah Clarke, a cardiologist practising at the Cambridge Heart Clinic, appointed President of the British Cardiovascular Society

“Regent’s Park features in a London Business School 50th anniversary celebratory film.”

LONDON, United Kingdom, 31 March 2015: Dr Sarah Clarke, a cardiologist practising at the Cambridge Heart Clinic – a subsidiary of Regent’s Park, has been appointed President of the British Cardiovascular Society (BCS).

The BCS is the oldest cardiovascular society in the world and the national society for all UK cardiologists with more than 2,700 clinical members nationwide with representation through 18 affiliated sub-speciality societies and groups. The society sets standards of clinical excellence for patients; represents and supports all those working within the cardiology sector and works to enhance and maintain the highest standards of training, education and research.

Dr Clarke said: “I am delighted to have been elected as President of the British Cardiovascular Society. I have thoroughly enjoyed working with the Society and the membership over the last 14 years. In the last three years, I have delivered the annual conference and developed many national educational courses for both cardiologists and allied professionals as the Vice President for Education and Research. I would like to thank the membership for giving me the opportunity to be their President from 2015, and I look forward to building on the successes of my predecessor Dr Iain Simpson who has been a great mentor to me over the years.”

Dr Clarke has been an active member of the BCS for more than a decade and has been instrumental in leading the society’s education and research strategy for members as the Vice President for Education and Research since 2011. In her role as President she will be working directly with Government ministers, officials at the Department of Health along with senior representatives from royal medical colleges and numerous international cardiology societies.

Dr Iain Simpson, previous President of the BCS, said: “Sarah is one of the brightest shining stars of British Cardiology and it has been a great privilege to work with her. The British Cardiovascular Society will flourish under her leadership, and I am delighted she has been elected to this important and prestigious role.”

Dr Patrick T. O’Gara, President of the AmericanCollege of Cardiology which is affiliated to the BCS, said: “This is truly a remarkable and well-earned achievement. Dr Clarke’s election is a clear reflection of her enthusiastic and exemplary contributions to the field of cardiovascular medicine.”

Dr Ohri, Chief Executive of Regent’s Park Healthcare, added: “I have had the privilege of knowing and working with Sarah at our Cambridge Heart Clinic venture for the last eight years and her promotion to this national leadership position comes as no surprise to me.   I know she has worked tirelessly to support BCS and her election to this role by members of the society is both just reward and a clear testament of the high regard in which she is held by her colleagues. The position of President of BCS is arguably the most powerful executive role across the professional cardiovascular arena, and I am sure Sarah will use her position to advance the cause of British Cardiology in the years ahead.”

Regent’s Park celebrates living wage commitment

LONDON, United Kingdom, 21 February 2015: Regent’s Park Healthcare receives accreditation from the Living Wage Foundation as a Living Wage employer.

The Living Wage commitment will see everyone working at Regent’s Park, regardless of whether they are permanent employees or third-party contractors and suppliers; receive a minimum hourly wage significantly higher than the national minimum wage.

The Living Wage is an hourly rate set independently and updated annually. The Living Wage is calculated according to the basic cost of living using the ‘Minimum Income Standard’ for the UK. Decisions about what to include in this standard are set by the public; it is a social consensus about what people need to make ends meet.

Bryn Webber, Cardiac Services Director at Regent’s Park said: “It is deeply satisfying to be joining a growing list of organisations paying a living wage to employees. We will be informing organisations who work both with and for us of our commitment to the living wage and this will form a part of the contract award evaluation process. Our accreditation recognises the importance of all members of the Regent’s Park team in delivering high-quality services to our customers and patients.”

Employers choose to pay the Living Wage on a voluntary basis. The Living Wage enjoys cross-party support, with public backing from the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition.

Living Wage Foundation Director, Rhys Moore said: “We are delighted to welcome Regent’s Park Healthcare to the Living Wage movement as an accredited employer.

“The best employers are voluntarily signing up to pay the Living Wage now. The Living Wage is a robust calculation that reflects the real cost of living, rewarding a hard day’s work with a fair day’s pay.

“We have accredited over 1,000 leading employers, including Regent’s Park Healthcare, ranging from independent printers, bookshops and breweries, to well-known companies such as Goldman Sachs, Nationwide and Aviva. These businesses recognise that clinging to the national minimum wage is not good for business. Customers expect better than that.”

About the Living Wage Foundation

The Living Wage is an hourly rate set independently and updated annually. The Living Wage is calculated according to the basic cost of living in the UK. Employers choose to pay the Living Wage on a voluntary basis. The Living Wage enjoys cross-party support, with public backing from the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition.

The London Living Wage is currently £9.15 per hour. This figure is set annually by the Greater London Authority and covers all boroughs in Greater London. The UK Living Wage for outside of London is currently £7.85 per hour. This figure is set annually by the Centre for Research in Social Policy at Loughborough University.

The Living Wage Foundation recognises and celebrates the leadership shown by Living Wage employers across the UK. There are currently over 1,200 accredited employers. We are an initiative of Citizens UK. We believe that work should be the surest way out of poverty.

Living Wage Media Contact: Gillian Owen; gillian.owen@citizensuk.org.uk

Regent’s Park awarded supplier status on a national framework agreement for clinical solutions expected to be worth up to £780 million

LONDON, United Kingdom, 6 December 2014: Regent’s Park Healthcare (Regent’s Park), an independent company specialising in the provision of healthcare services, has been awarded supplier status on a national framework agreement for innovative mobile and strategic clinical solutions operated by the NHS Supply Chain.

According to the NHS supply chain the estimated value/range over the total Framework Agreement term is expected to be between GBP £260million to GBP £780 million.

Mr Bryn Webber, Services Director at Regent’s Park, said: “We are naturally pleased to be awarded a place on this major national framework alongside a small group of other independent companies. The award is the culmination of a procurement process that began twelve months ago when an advert was placed in the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU). The fact that this framework agreement negate’s an NHS organisation’s need to tender through an OJEU process for our services should make the purchasing process far more straightforward.”

An excerpt from the NHS supply chain’s press release published on Monday 6 October 2014 is shown below:

NHS Supply Chain is launching the first national mobile and clinical solutions framework of its kind in December. This will ensure the required NHS clinical solutions can be deployed as and when needed in a location to suit the end user’s needs while still providing excellent patient care.

This service will enable NHS organisations to: (i) Cover the gap between old equipment being decommissioned and new equipment being installed (ii) Continue patient services during an emergency situation, where a fixed site becomes inoperable and (iii) Meet key service-related targets, i.e. mobile theatres to meet the 18 week guidelines or to enable the general practice community to commission locally delivered services.

The clinical areas covered include imaging, operating theatres, strategic clinical solutions and ultrasound services while the framework allows for staff flexibility with at least one member of staff provided.

NHS Supply Chain is currently in the evaluation stages of the procurement process and is happy to discuss any organisation’s requirements today. This will ensure the customer and patient process is seamless. It also allows NHS organisations to get the mobile services they need at a competitive cost.  NHS Supply Chain will offer standardised terms and conditions to support NHS organisations to get this bespoke service solution on site.

A fast-track paperwork process means that applications will be significantly quicker than current arrangements. All suppliers will be Care Quality Commission registered, hold Monitor licences as a minimum and have been vetted via the Disclosure and Barring Service. They will also have insurance cover to a minimum of five million pounds as well as ISO9001 certification. Optional services such as booking, reporting services and additional staff are also available to complement the service’s standard provision.

The launch of the first mobile and strategic clinical solutions framework contains all of the attention to detail, professionalism and skill associated with NHS Supply Chain’s current contracts. This will give customers complete peace of mind that NHS Supply Chain, along with its suppliers, will ensure that service provision will be maintained to high standards.

Emma Pearson, Buyer, NHS Supply Chain said this innovative offer: “No other procurement organisation in the UK offers the same variety of clinical solutions for the healthcare sector. NHS Supply Chain will be providing a bespoke solution to any NHS organisation that requires a short to medium term expansion in service provision while maintaining care standards. Our set up means that we can meet any NHS organisation’s clinical service needs exactly and if required provide additional staffing.

“We believe our great offer will be of interest to imaging departments, theatre staff, finance directors, business managers, Clinical Commissioning Groups and GPs. Our mobile and strategic clinical solutions framework is also ideal for health providers in emergency situations such as the unprecedented demand to maintain good service levels with no increased demand on existing staff.” She added: “I would invite any interested NHS organisation to contact NHS Supply Chain to find out more about how this revolutionary new service will help them.”

About NHS Supply Chain

NHS Supply Chain is operated by DHL as Agent of the NHS Business Services Authority. It supports the National Health Service (NHS) and other healthcare organisations in England and Wales by providing end to end supply chain solutions.

The organisation was formed in 2006 from the NHS Logistics Authority and parts of the NHS Purchasing and Supply Agency (NHS PASA). NHS Supply Chain aims to provide over £1 billion of savings to the NHS by 2016. NHS Supply Chain manages the sourcing, delivery and supply of healthcare products and food for over 1,000 NHS trusts and healthcare organisations. It provides a single point of access to over 346,000 nationally available, transactable lines ranging from bandages to sutures, from gloves to implants, and even diagnostic equipment such as MRI scanners. Its management of the procurement process negates an NHS organisation’s need to tender through the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU). Costs can also be reduced through its one-route solution that consolidates all products onto one invoice and delivery.

About Regent’s Park

Regent’s Park Healthcare was established in 1999 and is focused on providing world-class healthcare services. The company uses an innovative service approach which reflects a deep-seated belief that improvements in healthcare quality can be achieved by focusing on a few unshakeable fundamentals: specialisation in a disease area, public,-private partnership, integrated clinical care programs, clinically led management and an emphasis on patient satisfaction. Using this specialist, patient-focused approach since 2002 in the area of cardiovascular disease, the company has developed two of the UK’s leading managed cardiology service companies – ‘Regent’s Park Heart Clinics’: www.rphc.co.uk and ‘Regent’s Park Cardiovascular Solutions’: www.rpcvs.co.uk – These companies form an integrated platform of cardiovascular facilities arranged across a nationwide network of cardiac catheterisation laboratories, cardiac personnel and specialist heart clinics that together have delivered over 100,000 invasive cardiology procedures: coronary angiograms, percutaneous coronary interventions, cardiac electrophysiology & ablation, pacing, transcatheter aortic valve implantations and cardiac defibrillator insertions.

In the years ahead, Regent’s Park will leverage its accumulated expertise to develop pathways of healthcare delivery encompassing prevention, diagnostic and treatment services across a range of new clinical specialities. An operating model spanning both community and hospital-based care that at its core will focus on the patient experience, cost efficiency and improving clinical outcomes.

Regent’s Park prides itself on its ability to deliver high quality, cost-effective care, through excellent service, efficient operations management, well-trained staff and uncompromising professionalism. The Regent’s Park guiding philosophy is that every patient should have access to healthcare of a world-class standard.

Regent’s Park features in a London Business School 50th anniversary celebratory film

LONDON, United Kingdom, 26 November 2014: Regent’s Park Healthcare (Regent’s Park), an independent company specialising in the provision of healthcare services, features in a special 50th-anniversary film celebrating the impact alumni from the London Business School (LBS) have made. Regent’s Park Healthcare was founded by Dr Anil Ohri, our Chief Executive and MBA graduate of the school.

The film was launched on 2nd October 2014 at the LBS Worldwide Alumni Celebration (WAC) evening held at the Science Museum in London. LBS alumni are a global community of over 39,000 successful business professionals in more than 150 countries.  The event has been running since 2005 and this year alumni participated in over 100 cities in over 50 countries, on every continent except Antarctica. Shown in the IMAX cinema the film, told through alumni stories, demonstrates how the school is impacting the world of business now and into the future.

Following the release of the film, Dr Ohri said: “It is a huge privilege for our company to be chosen to be part of this 50th-anniversary celebration and to share this very special moment in history with the School.” He added: “LBS was a game-changer for me. The school enriched me with tools and experiences showing me not only how to act on my dreams with open eyes, but also reminding me of our responsibility as business leaders to make a difference to the world around us.” He said: “When I started this journey I had no idea where we would end up. The fact we have got this far and continue to make a positive impact on so many lives is a tribute to our solid foundations and the dedication and professionalism of our staff.”

London Business School is one of the world’s elite business schools. The school was established in 1964 and offers various academic programmes including the Masters of Business Administration. Over 1,800-degree students from 130 countries graduate from the school each year. A further 10,000 executives attend the school executive education programmes each year. Notable alumni include ceos and senior executives of FTSE 100 companies, cabinet ministers and other business and academic leaders positioned across the globe.

Regent’s Park Healthcare was founded in the LBS incubator unit in 1999 and takes its name from the London campus in Regent’s Park where LBS is located. The company is focused on providing world-class healthcare using an innovative service approach which reflects a deep-seated belief that improvements in healthcare quality can be achieved by focusing on a few unshakeable fundamentals: specialisation in a disease area, public-private partnership, integrated clinical care programs, clinically led management and an emphasis on patient satisfaction. Using this specialist, patient-focused approach since 2002 in the area of cardiovascular disease, the company has developed two of the UK’s leading managed cardiology service companies – ‘Regent’s Park Heart Clinics’: www.rphc.co.uk and ‘Regent’s Park Cardiovascular Solutions’: www.rpcvs.co.uk – These companies form an integrated platform of cardiovascular facilities arranged across a nationwide network of cardiac catheterisation laboratories, cardiac personnel and specialist heart clinics that together have delivered over 100,000 invasive cardiology procedures: coronary angiograms, percutaneous coronary interventions, cardiac electrophysiology & ablation, pacing, transcatheter aortic valve implantations and cardiac defibrillator insertions.

Regent’s Park prides itself on its ability to deliver high quality, cost-effective care, through excellent service, efficient operations management, well-trained staff and uncompromising professionalism. The Regent’s Park guiding philosophy is that every patient should have access to healthcare of a world-class standard.

The film may be viewed via this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1LOA02p2Ta0

 

Regent’s Park announces 100,000 milestone for patients treated in its facilities

LONDON, United Kingdom, 15 May 2014: Regent’s Park Heart Clinics (Regent’s Park), an independent company specialising in the provision of cardiology services, today announced that late last week it reached the 100,000 mark for patients treated in its facilities. The 100,000 figure represents the total number of patients admitted into our nationwide network of facilities since we first became operational in April 2003.

Dr Ohri, Founder and Chief Executive of Regent’s Park said: “We are very proud and excited to reach this extremely significant mark in our history. Our growth is on schedule and moving forward.”

Regent’s Park has been a national provider of cardiology services to the NHS since 2003. The company comprises five operating divisions arranged across a nationwide network of cardiac catheterisation laboratories, cardiac personnel and specialist heart clinics that together have delivered (just) over 100,000 invasive cardiology procedures – coronary angiograms, coronary angioplasty, cardiac electrophysiology, transcatheter aortic valve implantations, defibrillator insertions and pacing procedures. Regent’s Park prides itself on its ability to deliver high quality, cost-effective cardiac care, through excellent service, efficient operations management, well-trained staff and uncompromising professionalism.

The Regent’s Park guiding philosophy is that every patient with heart disease should have access to healthcare of a world-class standard.

Regent’s Park shortlisted to provide managed cardiology services at Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust

LONDON, United Kingdom, 14 August 2014: Regent’s Park Heart Clinics (Regent’s Park), an independent company specialising in the provision of cardiology services, today announced it had been shortlisted to provide managed cardiology services at Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust.

Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust has 788 beds and operates from three sites in Amersham, Stoke Mandeville and Wycombe. The Trust provides a comprehensive range of cardiology services to the population of Buckinghamshire and surrounding areas and wishes to improve the provision of these services at Wycombe Hospital. The Trust is seeking a private partner to provide financing of a new catheter laboratory and inviting options to allow for the potential for a managed service agreement.

Dr Ohri, Chief Executive of Regent’s Park, said: “We are naturally delighted to have passed the rigorous pre-qualification criteria and to move onto the next phase of the procurement process.” He added: “We look forward to entering the commercial dialogue phase and engaging more fully with the Trust to understand their aspirations and expectations in more detail.”

Regent’s Park has been a national provider of cardiology services to the NHS since 2003. The company comprises five operating divisions arranged across a nationwide network of cardiac catheterisation laboratories, cardiac personnel and specialist heart clinics that together have delivered over 100,000 invasive cardiology procedures – coronary angiograms, coronary angioplasty, cardiac electrophysiology, transcatheter aortic valve implantations, defibrillator insertions and pacing procedures. Regent’s Park prides itself on its ability to deliver high quality, cost-effective cardiac care, through excellent service, efficient operations management, well-trained staff and uncompromising professionalism.

The Regent’s Park guiding philosophy is that every patient with heart disease should have access to healthcare of a world-class standard.

Dr. Tom Burke, Non-Executive Chairman of Regent’s Park promoted to CEO of Rowan Companies

LONDON, United Kingdom, 29 April 2014: Regent’s Park Heart Clinics (Regent’s Park), an independent company specialising in the provision of cardiology services, today announced Dr. Tom Burke, who holds the title of Non-Executive Director & Chairman of the Regent’s Park Business Advisory Board,  has been promoted to CEO of Rowan Companies plc.

Dr Ohri, Chief Executive of Regent’s Park, said: “I am delighted to hear this news, it is a well-deserved promotion. Tom has been with our company since its inception twelve years ago and has played a pivotal advisory role supporting my board and me ever since. Not only has he brought along his name and reputation, but he has always been willing to go that extra mile to be the independent voice that challenges our business practices, finessing what we do across the areas of strategy, performance and risk management.”

Rowan Companies plc is a primary provider of international and domestic contract drilling services with a leading position in high-specification jack-up rigs.  The Company’s fleet of 31 jack-up rigs is located worldwide, including the Middle East, the North Sea, Trinidad, Southeast Asia and the Gulf of Mexico. The Company’s Class A Ordinary Shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “RDC”. The company employs over 5,000 people and has a market capitalisation of US$4 billion.

For more information on this news release, please visit the Rowan Companies website here: http://www.rowancompanies.com/fw/main/default.asp?DocID=46&reqid=1922888

 

Regent’s Park wins contract to provide managed cardiology services in the Midlands

LONDON, United Kingdom, 10 February, 2014: Regent’s Park Cardiovascular Solutions Ltd. (Regent’s Park), an independent healthcare company specialising in the provision of cardiology services to the NHS, today announced it has won a contract to provide managed cardiology services to the Wolverhampton Heart & Lung Centre, part of the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust.

Mr Bryn Webber, Cardiac Services Director of Regent’s Park, said: “We are very pleased to have won this tender which was advertised, much like all our competitions in the Official Journal of the European Union.” He said: “The Heart & Lung Centre is undergoing a large refurbishment program of its cath labs and required interim facilities to maintain patient access and service levels. The Trust was therefore looking for a partner with the track record of providing high quality managed invasive cardiology services seamlessly and efficiently.” He added: “We will be providing the Heart & Lung Centre with one of our brand new modular cath labs and a full compliment of staff capable of delivering interventional cardiology, pacemaker and device implantation services.”

Dr Ohri, Chief Executive of Regent’s Park, said: “This is terrific news for our company as it is the first time we have won a contract in the Midlands.” He commented: “We are investing in a fleet of ten, brand new 21st century modular cath labs and this award is therefore perfectly aligned with our strategy of helping NHS hospitals meet both their interim needs, as well as assisting with their expansion into new service areas such as cardiac electrophysiology, defibrillator insertions and transcatheter aortic valve implantation.” He added: “We all look forward to the privilege of working with the cardiologists and staff at the United Kingdom’s first purpose-built specialist heart centre.”

The Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust was established in 1994 and is a major acute Trust providing a comprehensive range of services for the people of Wolverhampton, the wider Black Country, South Staffordshire, North Worcestershire and Shropshire.  In 2004 the £57m Wolverhampton Heart and Lung Centre opened on site and was designated as the United Kingdom’s first purpose-built specialist heart centre. The Trust became one of the first wave Bowel Screening Centres in 2006 and gained Cancer Centre status in 1997. The Trust is the largest teaching hospital in the Black Country providing teaching and training to around 130 medical students on rotation from the University of Birmingham Medical School. It also provides training for nurses, midwives and allied health professionals though well-established links with the University of Wolverhampton. One of the largest acute providers in the West Midlands the Trust has an operating budget of £255 million, 700 beds including 27 intensive care beds and 14 neonatal intensive care cots and employs almost 5000 staff.  In 2008/09 the Trust treated more than 670,000 patients at hospital and community sites across the West Midlands.

Regent’s Park has been a national provider of cardiology services to the NHS since 2003. The company comprises five operating divisions arranged across a nationwide network of cardiac catheterisation laboratories, cardiac personnel and specialist heart clinics that together have delivered over 90,000 invasive cardiology procedures – coronary angiograms, angioplasty, cardiac electrophysiology, transcatheter aortic valve implantations, defibrillator insertions and pacing procedures. Regent’s Park prides itself on its ability to deliver high quality, cost-effective cardiac care, through excellent service, efficient operations management, well-trained staff and uncompromising professionalism.

The Regent’s Park guiding philosophy is that every patient with heart disease should have access to healthcare of a world-class standard.