Dr Mark Earley qualified at Bristol Medical School in 1993 and undertook junior doctor training around the country until joining the London Cardiology Specialist training program in 1997. He spent 4 years training in cardiac electrophysiology at St Bartholomew’s Hospital. His first consultant appointment was at the Manchester Royal Infirmary in 2006 and he has been a consultant at Barts since 2007. Dr Earley is a specialist in disorders of the heart rhythm whether too slow, too fast or irregular.
His working week is based around the cardiac catheter lab undertaking minimally invasive procedures to correct these abnormal rhythms. He performs 200 catheter ablations (including AF) and implant 220 cardiac devices (pacemakers and ICDs) per year. In addition to seeing patients at Barts he has specialist clinics at Queens Hospital Romford and King George Ilford.
Dr Earley received a Doctorate of Medicine (MD) from the University of London for research into atrial fibrillation in 2007 and he has an ongoing program of research in AF and other heart rhythm disorders.