Dr Andrew Mulligan

MBBS | BSc | M.Med

Dr Andrew Mulligan

Dr Andrew Mulligan is a general cardiologist who has subspecialty training in heart failure and advanced echocardiography.

Andrew undertook his medical training in Melbourne, graduating from the University of Melbourne, and undertook his initial training at Royal Melbourne Hospital and Western Health, and completed his cardiology advanced training at Western Health, Royal Melbourne Hospital and Peninsular Health. He completed a Masters of Medicine by research with the thesis “The management of acute decompensated heart failure in a geriatric population: evaluation of novel strategies in a contemporary hospital setting” at the University of Melbourne”. This is resulted in peer reviewed publications and presentation at conferences.

He then undertook the Advanced Heart Failure and Cardiac Transplantation fellowship and two years of Echocardiography and Advanced Structural Echocardiography fellowship at The Prince Charles Hospital.

Clinical Interests

His clinical interests include preventative cardiology, heart failure in particular heart failure in the elderly and valvular heart disease.

Education & Training

Fellowship in Advanced Heart Failure and Cardiac Transplantation – The Prince Charles Hospital

Fellowship in Advanced Echocardiography and Structural Echocardiography – The Prince Charles Hospital

Bachelor of Science (BSc) – University of Queensland

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) – University of Melbourne

Master of Medicine – University of Melbourne

Professional Memberships & Awards

Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP)

Languages spoken (other than English)
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