Dr Michael Webb-Peploe is currently an Honorary and Emeritus Consultant Cardiologist at Guy's and St. Thomas' NHS Trust. He completed his undergraduate medical training at Trinity College Cambridge and his General Medical training in London, Southamptom and the USA.
Between 1971 and 1997, Dr Webb-Peploe was appointed as the physician in charge of the cardiac department at St. Thomas' Hospital and as Director of invasive cardiology at the cardiothoracic unit of Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospital between 1997 and 2000.
Doctor Michael Webb-Peploe did his undergraduate medical education at Trinity College Cambridge, St. Thomas' Hospital London. He did his Postgraduate medical education at St Thomas's Hospital, Brompton Hospital, Royal South Hants Hospital Southampton, Mayo Clinic Rochester USA, Hammersmith Hospital (Royal Postgraduate Medical School). He was appointed as a Physician in charge, Cardiac department, St Thomas' Hospital (1971-97).
He was appointed as an Honorary Civilian Consultant Cardiologist to the British Army (1978-2000). He was a Consultant Adviser in Cardiology to the Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health. He was Consultant Cardiologist (locum), Guy's and St Thomas's Hospitals NHS Trust. (April 1st - October 31st, 2005). He is presently a Honorary and a Emeritus Consultant Cardiologist, cardiothoracic unit, Guy's and St Thomas's Hospitals NHS Trust. And a Member on the Medical Advisory Panel, Civil Aviation Authority, U.K. He has a specialist interest in Ischaemic heart disease, hypertension, heart failure, interventional cardiology.