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Dr Timothy Gray

Consultant Interventional Cardiologist


Practices at: BMI The Highfield Hospital, BMI The Alexandra Hospital

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Dr Gray qualified from Cambridge University and Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge, completing House Jobs locally. He spent 2 years as a Senior House Officer in Southampton before returning to spend 2 years as a Research Registrar investigating treatments for refractory angina.

After this, he headed up to the Manchester Area to complete 6 years of Specialist Registrar Training and successfully started his consultant post in The Royal Oldham Hospital in 2007.

He has subsequently moved his NHS base to Fairfield Hospital in Bury whilst still working for the same Trust to be close to the cardiac catheter labs and progressed up from clinical lead, to clinical director, divisional clinical director and now Medical Director for Bury Care Organisation.

Dr Gray remain committed to his patients and prides himself on providing personal, patient orientated care, and his patients with safety and evidence at the core of all decisions and recommendations. He is active in teaching and continues to train junior doctors both on the wards and in the catheter lab.

  • Dr Gray sub-specialises in coronary intervention. He performs all types of intervention from simple angiography from both radial and femoral approaches through to the most complex types of procedures including the super subspecialist area of reopening completely occluded arteries. He is confident in the use of all types of adjunctive investigations and treatments to ensure the best chances of successful treatment outcome including the use of pressure wire, intravascular imaging, coronary atherectomy (rotablation) and shockwave therapy. He successfully brought all of these technologies into the Fairfield Catheter labs, and continues to use them regularly both in the NHS and privately.
    In addition to the interventional work, Dr Gray sees general cardiology patients in outpatients and on the wards. He enjoys the variety from this, and enjoys talking to his patients and explaining options for investigations and treatments best suited to the situation and patient. He is happy to see any patients with cardiology problems or symptoms. 

  • British Cardiac Society
  • Cardiovascular Interventional Society
  • Fellow of Royal College of Medicine

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