Dr Malik is a highly qualified and educated Consultant Cardiologist working in London. He studied undergraduate medicine at the University of Cambridge and Guy’s Hospital, London. His medical specialist training was in West London, with a research fellowship in Cardiovascular Medicine at Hammersmith Hospital and Imperial College leading to a PhD. He has since been awarded FRCP from the Royal College of Physicians, London, and an MA from Cambridge University. He took sabbaticals in Germany and Italy to complete his clinical training.
Dr Malik was appointed Consultant Cardiologist at St Mary’s Hospital and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College in 2003. Following the merger of St Mary’s, Hammersmith and Charing Cross Hospitals with Imperial College, he began to practice at all these hospitals. In 2010 he has appointed lead for the Heart Attack Treatment program, and in 2011, he became Director of the Cardiac Catheter Laboratories at Hammersmith Hospital.
Dr Malik’s clinical interests are in the assessment of chest pain, shortness of breath, and hypertension. He has specialist interest in coronary artery disease (the cause of angina) and its treatment with simple and complex coronary angioplasty including rotablation and chronic total occlustions (CTOs). In addition, with increasing treatments being made available for valve disease and stroke, Dr Malik performs interventional procedures on the heart (ASD, PFO, LAA closure and TAVI procedures).
Dr Malik also leads the large Heart Attack Centre (HAC) program at Hammersmith Hospital, delivering world class treatment to patients in West London, and performs a large volume of structural heart procedures, both at Hammersmith Hospital and at the Wellington and BUPA Cromwell Hospitals.
Coronary Artery Disease
BChir 1990 University of Cambridge
MB 1991 University of Cambridge
Cardiology From 13 Aug 2003
General (internal) medicine From 13 Aug 2003