Established in 2014, CardioScope has grown to provide cardiac services to over 30 GP clinics and 5 private cardiology clinics and is currently one of Australia’s fastest growing cardiac monitoring and reporting service providers.

Made up of renowned cardiologists, cardiac physiologists, and medically trained administration staff, CardioScope understands the importance of providing around the clock high quality healthcare, working together to ensure the best clinical outcomes for your patients.

Servicing medical clinics in isolated regions right through to major hospitals in the middle of the city centre, CardioScope aims to promote and assist optimal cardiac health care through the provision of innovative technology and user-friendly services.

Daniel Nicolici

Specialty: Cardiac Physiologist; Interventional, Cardiac Rhythm Management and Electrophysiology

Daniel Nicolici began his journey at MonashHeart as an industry biased learning (IBL) student after completing his Bachelor of Biomedical Science and Computer Systems Engineering in 2010. Daniel is currently the Lead Interventional Cardiac Physiologist at MonashHeart.

Daniel honed his skills as a cardiac physiologist by mentoring and advising many public and private cardiac centres throughout Australia on how to provide and increase cardiac diagnostic services and focused on the sub-speciality area of cardiac intervention, rhythm management and electrophysiology. Daniel noticed that the technology and level of non-invasive diagnostic cardiovascular tests in isolated and city regions of Australia are out dated and not to the level they should be in this day and age. This is how the idea of CardioScope was born.

Dr. Stewart Healy

Specialty: Consultant Cardiologistand Cardiac Rhythm Management-Electrophysiologist

Stewart Healy completed his basic training at the Royal Hobart Hospital and completed his clinical training at Monash Medical Centre in 2009, where he is currently practicing as a Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist (EP).

Stewart has also completed a one-year non-invasive imaging fellowship at Monash Heart, a three-year fellowship in Electrophysiology, and a further year of training in Canada at a high-volume EP centre with a particular interest in AF ablation.

Currently, Stuart is practicing at Monash Medical Centre in Clayton and Dandenong, Linacre Hospital in Hampton, The Valley Hospital in Mulgrave, and in Launceston, Tasmania.

Stewart’s special interests are atrial fibrillation management and device therapy for arrhythmias and heart failure.

Prof. Arthur Nasis

Specialty: Consultant Cardiologistand Cardiac Imaging Specialist

Arthur Nasis graduated from the University of Melbourne with Honours in 2003 and completed his training at St. Vincent’s Hospital and undertook an imaging fellowship focusing on echocardiography and cardiac CT at MonashHeart. Arthur has further completed an MD and PhD at the Monash Cardiovascular Research Centre investigating novel aspects of cardiac CT and stress echocardiography.

His research has been underpinned by the granting of several prestigious scholarships and multiple national and international scientific prizes. In 2014, Arthur completed a post-doctoral research program at the University College of London and trained in cardiac MRI at The Heart Hospital in London.

Currently, Arthur is Director of Acute Cardiac Services at MonashHeart, which is Victoria’s largest cardiovascular service provider. Arthur also practices as a consultant cardiologist and cardiac imaging specialist at Cabrini Hospital, Jessie McPherson Hospital and The Avenue Hospital. Arthur is recognized as a national key opinion leader in the evolving role of cardiac imaging in the assessment of coronary artery disease.

Dr. Andris Ellims

Specialty: Consultant Cardiologist and Cardiac Imaging Specialist

After graduating with First Class Honours as Top Student at the University of Melbourne, Andris Ellims trained at the Royal Melbourne Hospital. He completed Advanced Training in Cardiology with a Fellowship in Cardiac Imaging (including echocardiography, cardiac CT and cardiac MRI) at the Alfred Hospital.

Andris was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) for his work at Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute involving the use of cardiac imaging to evaluate cardiomyopathies.

Andris extended his research into clinical practice by establishing Victoria’s first specialised clinic for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM Clinic @ The Alfred).

Currently, Andris is a Cardiologist and Cardiac Imaging Specialist at The Avenue Hospital, Epworth Freemasons, the Alfred Hospital and Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute. Andris is regarded as a national expert in this area as demonstrated by his numerous publications in major scientific journals and presentations of original research at both international and local scientific congresses.

Dr. Jonathon Habersberger

Specialty: Consultant Cardiologist and Interventional Cardiologist

Jonathon Habersberger graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2001 and subsequently trained at St. Vincent’s Hospital and The Alfred Hospital.

Jonathon undertook a PhD at Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute investigating novel aspects of C-reactive protein in vascular inflammation and myocardial infarction. This research was recognised with the granting of several research scholarships and the awarding of the prestigious Ralph Reader Prize for cardiovascular research in Australia.

In 2010-12, Jonathon completed a Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology at Lenox Hill, New York, under the supervision of Dr Gary Roubin, a global pioneer in cardiovascular disease.

Jonathon is a consultant and interventional cardiologist. He consults at Cabrini Hospital, The Avenue Hospital and Epworth Freemasons. Cardiac procedures are performed at both Cabrini Malvern and Epworth Richmond.


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