Dr Matthew Luckie is a Consultant Cardiologist based at Manchester Royal Infirmary (MRI), part of Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, specialising in cardiac imaging and heart valve disease.
Dr Luckie qualified from University of Manchester medical school in 1998 and gained entry to the North West cardiology training programme in 2002. He completed a period of postgraduate research in the field of echocardiography and pacemakers at MRI, leading to the award of an MD degree in 2010. Dr Luckie was subsequently appointed as a consultant in 2013, working in the Lancashire Cardiac Centre Blackpool for approximately two years before moving back to Manchester.
His main interests are in the field of cardiac imaging, particularly echocardiography, and heart valve disease. He is trained in all aspects of echocardiography and holds both transthoracic and transoesophageal echocardiography accreditation with the British Society of Echocardiography (BSE) as well as running a high-volume stress echocardiography service at MRI.
He has expertise in the assessment of patients with heart valve disease, in particular the assessment of patients who may require surgical intervention, as well as in the surveillance of less severe disease which does not currently require treatment.
He holds membership of the British Society of Echocardiography, British Heart valve Society and the British Society of Cardiovascular Imaging.