Dr Lewis qualified from the University of Manchester and completed his core training in London before doing a 12 month fellowship in Sydney in Intensive Care and Respiratory medicine. He went on to undertake a British Heart Foundation Fellowship PhD in Heart Failure and exercise physiology at the University of Leeds.
He undertook his Cardiology training primarily in Leeds and developed sub-specialty interests in Heart Failure, Inherited Cardiac Conditions and Pacing and Complex Devices. In addition to this he completed a Cardiomyopathy fellowship with Professor Elliott at The Heart hospital, London and a Device and Inherited Cardiac Conditions fellowship with Professor Kalman in Melbourne.
He was appointed as a Consultant Cardiologist at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals and Honorary Senior Lecturer at The University of Sheffield in 2014.
Dr Lewis looks after patients suffering from a range of cardiac conditions and presentations, including those with structural heart problems and others at risk of developing conditions. He performs over 200 Device procedures a year and manages arrhythmia and device related complications.
- Heart Failure and Cardiomyopathy
- Valvular Heart Disease
- Arrhythmia risk
- Pacing and complex Devices
- Inherited Cardiac Conditions and Cardiac Genetics
- General Cardiology
- British Cardiovascular Society
- British Heart Rhythm Society
- European Society of Cardiology
- Association of Inherited Cardiac Conditions