After graduating from Oxford, Dr Kelland completed General Medical Training in Newcastle, before gaining a British Heart Foundation funded PhD in Endothelial Function, from the University of Edinburgh.
He returned to the North East to train in Cardiology, sub-specialising in Electrophysiology and Devices whilst working at the Freeman, Newcastle and James Cook University (Middlesbrough) Hospitals. This was complemented by a Fellowship in the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Australia, working with Professor Jonathan Kalman. He took up his Consultant post in Cardiac Electrophysiology and Devices at the Northern General Hospital, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Foundation NHS Trust in 2012.
He now performs over 250 Electrophysiological and Device procedures each year, dealing with all types of arrhythmia, included VT and AF, using the latest ablation techniques.