Mr Simon Horner won a scholarship to study medicine at The University of Cambridge, where he graduated in 1983. He completed his medical training at several London teaching hospitals, namely University College Hospital, Kings College Hospital, St Mary’s Hospital, The London Hospital and Royal Free Hospital. Following this, he spent 3 years researching cardiac rhythm disturbances in the British Heart Foundation Cardiac Arrhythmia Research Group before becoming Senior Registrar in Cardiology, at Manchester Royal Infirmary.
Additionally, he also spent 18 months at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, which is rated as the top cardiology unit in the USA, where he performed coronary angioplasty/stenting before returning to the UK where he was then appointed a consultant in Manchester in 1999.
His vast experience of over 30 years in clinical medicine and cardiology covers a wide range of conditions, both cardiological and non-cardiological, having had more than 100,000 consultations with patients and so has extensive experience of clinical diagnosis and treatment.
He is to some extent a doctor's doctor-both GPs and consultants ask him to treat themselves and their families. He has GPs, consultant surgeons, consultant physicians and professors of various branches of clinical medicine as patients. So doctors trust him with their own and their family's health.
Primary Medical Qualification