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Cardiology Clinic

At General Practice Cardiology Clinic, we offer a comprehensive range of services that includes outpatient-based investigations such as screening, echocardiography, and stress tests.

Our best cardiology hospital in islamabad ranked as the top heart clinic is led by expert consultant cardiologists. They are at the forefront of their respective areas of clinical practice. We also provide access to a team of vascular surgeons with expertise in the management of the vascular disease. Together, they provide experience and skills across every aspect of cardiovascular disease management, from outpatient consultation to diagnosis, and screening.

Our Islamabad cardiology hospital is committed to providing you with the best cardiology care services in Pakistan, the most compassionate heart, and vascular care. Our mission is to keep you informed each step of the way with qualified Cardiology clinical services and help you stay involved in every decision about your care.

We put our patients first, and everything we do is with the purpose of making you feel valued and special. We want you to enter our clinic knowing that you are entering a safe, friendly, and caring environment under the supervision of the best cardiologist Islamabad. And we want you to leave knowing that you have had a patient experience of the highest quality.

Dr. Shah Hamuyun


We always have time to listen

Heart Disease Treatment

The goal of care by the board-certified cardiologists is to improve the health of your heart and the quality of your life.

Heart Health Screening

An important aspect of lowering risk of cardiovascular disease, also called coronary artery disease (CAD), is managing health behaviors and risk factors, such as diet quality, physical activity, smoking, body mass index (BMI), blood pressure, total cholesterol or blood glucose. But how do you know which risk factors you have? Our Physicians and cardiologist provider may conduct or request screening tests during regular visits.

Peripheral Artery Disease

At General Practice, our cardiologists work closely with our vascular surgeons to improve your blood circulation.

Everyone has different blood circulation needs, and we offer personalized treatments. Our team works with you to create the most effective care plan for you. And to make sure your treatment plan stays on track, our specialists constantly collaborate to discuss your progress.


Cardiology Diagnostic Testing

Technological advances in diagnostic testing have made a significant difference in cardiology and heart health. The expert team of cardiologists at General Practice, has access to state-of-the-art cardiology diagnostic testing technologies that provide a fast and accurate assessment of your heart condition.

Cardiology diagnostic testing involves carrying out procedures that can help identify what’s causing your symptoms and the extent of the problem.

Electrophysiology (ECG) Resting

An electrocardiogram, more commonly known as an ECG, is a quick and simple test which looks at the electrical activity of the heart. An ECG is used as a baseline test to look for evidence of cardiac damage, cardiac enlargement and/or a rhythm disturbance.

Your cardiologist can see the ECG reading on a monitor that shows the timing of each electrical phase as well as how long it lasts. An ECG can tell your cardiologist whether you’ve had a heart attack or might be heading toward one. It also monitors any changes in your heart’s rhythm.


Cardiologist at General Practice performs your echocardiography in the office.

An echocardiogram, more commonly referred to as an ‘echo’, is an ultrasound scan of the heart. It is used to assess the structure and function of the heart and visualize the valves, heart chambers, heart muscle and blood flow to give a detailed picture of cardiac health. Complex measurements are made from the images obtained and depending on the reason for your referral, a more focused view of some areas may be performed. An echo is used in the diagnosis of many conditions and is also used to exclude others.

Vascular Ultrasound

Vascular ultrasound is a noninvasive diagnostic test that uses sound waves to evaluate your blood vessels and blood circulation. The test is used to evaluate veins and arteries anywhere in your body. Carotid ultrasound and abdominal aorta ultrasound are types of vascular ultrasounds.

Carotid Ultrasound

Carotid ultrasound is a technology that your cardiologist can use to see how well blood is flowing through your carotid arteries.

Using carotid ultrasound gives your cardiologist the opportunity to check the health of your carotid arteries and help treat any narrowing before it causes a stroke.

Anticoagulation Management

If you have a congenital heart defect or a heart disorder, you might need to take blood-thinning medications called anticoagulants. Managing these medications requires expert monitoring, which the experienced team of certified cardiologists at General Practice, can provide. They have considerable expertise in anticoagulation management to make sure you stay healthy and are on the best dose for your circumstances.

Stress Test

Evaluates the electrical activity of the heart, blood pressure and heart rate with exercise. It is a useful test to detect coronary artery disease (any blockages of the heart arteries) and response of heart rate or any electrical heart disturbances of the heart rhythm & blood pressure response to exercise.

Testing your heart while it is under physical stress can reveal problems that might remain hidden when you are resting. The results of a stress electrocardiogram could help your doctor to detect and evaluate signs of cardiovascular disease or arrhythmia, to monitor your recovery, or to assess how much exercise it is safe for you to do.

High Colesterol

Studies show that an estimated 1 out of every 3 adult male and 1 out of every 4 females in Pakistan have cholesterol levels that are higher than normal. High cholesterol increases your risk of having a heart attack or stroke. Cardiologists at General Practice, specialize in treating heart disease risk factors and offer lipids checkups and a plan to reduce high cholesterol.

If you’re in good health, you should have a lipid checkup every five years starting at 18. You will need more frequent checkups if you have a family history of high cholesterol, you are overweight, or you smoke cigarettes.


Any condition that affects the heart falls into the category of heart disease. This includes conditions you might have been born with (congenital heart defects) or a heart condition that developed over time due to aging or lifestyle choices (coronary artery disease). No matter the type or cause, the cardiologists at General Practice can provide the heart disease treatment you need to manage the underlying condition.
Of the many types of heart disease, the most common include: Heart arrhythmias refer to the irregular beating of your heart. The change in your heartbeat could be fleeting or a symptom of an underlying heart problem. Valvular heart disease includes conditions that affect the structure or function of the valves in your heart, which can affect blood flow. Changes in your cardiac valves can lead to leaking or regurgitation of blood through the chambers of your heart. Coronary heart disease occurs when the blood vessels to your heart become narrowed or blocked due to the buildup of plaque. This type of heart disease increases your risk of having a heart attack or a stroke. Heart defects refer to structural issues in your heart that affect function. Heart defects are usually congenital, meaning you were born with them.
Heart disease treatment refers to the various tools and techniques the cardiologists at General Practice use to manage your heart condition. The specifics of your treatment plan will depend on the type of heart disease you have. However, lifestyle changes will be recommended to improve or maintain heart health and strength, which can include: People usually experience at least one of these symptoms if they are symptomatic. It is important to remember that 1 in Eating a heart-healthy diet Getting regular exercise Better managing your stress Treating your heart disease with medications can include medication to control an underlying condition like high blood pressure or high cholesterol that affects the health of your heart. The team also offers anticoagulation management to treat blood clots.
Cardiology clinic at General Practice is a state-of-the-art cardiology practice and performs many diagnostic tests to develop the most effective heart disease treatment plan. Some of the available testing includes: Echocardiography Electrocardiogram Carotid ultrasound Imaging The team determines the type of testing you need after a comprehensive evaluation that includes a review of your medical and family history, symptoms, and physical exam.

Experience is Everything

When it comes to your health, experience is everything.

Our dedicated clinicians deliver unparalleled, individual care and attention. Experience translates into good clinical judgement, early and accurate diagnosis, timely treatment, and excellent, all-round care. It also brings fast access to a broad network of world-class specialists across the full range of medical and surgical disciplines.

When it comes to delivering excellence in private medical care, experience counts.
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