Moreover, he has published widely in the field of cardiology with several publications related to: atrial fibrillation, cardiac failure, cardiac pacing and coronary anomalies.
He has received several letters of appreciation, including a poem that was written and published about Dr Molajo by one of his former patients.
He was appointed to his first consultant post at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast in 1988. He is an experienced consultant cardiologist specialising in the assessment and management of: angina, breathlessness, heart failure, dizziness, funny turns, valvular heart disease, blackouts and palpitations.
In addition, he is highly experienced in the implantation and management of cardiac pacemakers and implantable cardiac defibrillators (ICDs). However, his priority is to provide a rapid diagnosis of cardiac symptoms and formulate a personalised treatment plan to ensure the highest standard of care. He curently practices at BMI the Beaumont Hospital in Bolton and at BMI The Alexandra Hospital in Cheadle Manchester, United Kingdom.
Dr Molajo has a holistic approach to his practice. He believes medical practice should be technically sound and empathetic. His practice is based on the awareness that no two patients are identical.
In his spare time Dr Molajo acts as a rotarian to give some of his free time to good causes in the UK and overseas. He holds health awareness events for high blood pressure and atrial fibrillation in the community. He also enjoys playing jazz and modern church music on the saxophone as well as gardening.
- Chest Pain, angina, stroke and heart attack
- Palpitation assessment
- Atrial Fibrillation
- Blackout, dizziness
- Valvular heart disease diagnosis and management
- Heart Failure
- Stroke Risk Management
- Hypertension/Blood Pressure Asymptomatic
- Cardiac catherization including coronary angiography
- Pacemaker and Implantable cardiac defibrillator (ICD) implantation
- Loop recorder implantation - diagnosis of blackout
- ECG measurement
- Fellow Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh
- Fellow Royal College of Physicians London
- Fellow European Society of Cardiology
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