Profile

Dr Andrew Mitchell is a Consultant Cardiologist at Jersey General Hospital in the Channel Island of Jersey and is Honorary Consultant at Oxford University Hospitals, England. He provides high quality clinical cardiology care for public and private patients in the Channel Islands as well as for visiting patients from the UK and Europe.

Qualifications

BM        Bachelor of Medicine (Southampton) 1992

MRCP   Member of the Royal College of Physicians 1996

MD        Doctorate of Medicine (London) 2004

FESC     Fellowship of European Society of Cardiology 2005

FACC     Fellowship of the American College of Cardiology 2007

FRCP     Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians 2010

FEHRA  Fellow of the European Heart Rhythm Society 2017

 

Memberships

British Cardiovascular Society

American College of Cardiology

European Society of Cardiology

Royal College of Physicians London

British Society of Sports and Exercise Medicine

British Society of Echocardiography

British Medical Association

British Society of Cardiovascular Imaging

European Society of Cardiovascular Imaging

British Heart Rhythm Society

European Heart Rhythm Association

Arrhythmia Alliance

European Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation

Heart Failure Association of the European Society of Cardiology

European Association of Percutaneous Cardiovascular Interventions

 

Awards

1992  – First place – Cancer Research Campaign National Undergraduate Prize for Medicine

2014 – Runner up – Heart Rhythm Team of the Year – British Heart Rhythm Society

2015 – Winner – Jersey Public Sector Director of the Year – Institute of Directors

2015 – Highly commended – UK Public Sector Director of the Year – Institute of Directors

2016 – Finalist – Cardiology Team of the Year – British Medical Journal Awards

HIGHLY-COM-Public-Sector IoD Jersey-Winner 2015 Kitemark copy

Charity →

The cardiology unit is always in need of extra funds to support new heart equipment purchases, local heart research, and patient and staff education.