Neil Moat is an extremely experienced Cardiac surgeon at the Royal Brompton Hospital, where he sees both NHS and private patients.
Qualifying at St Mary's Hospital, London, he went on to train in Cardiothoracic surgery in Oxford, London and Southampton, before taking up post as consultant first at the University of Sheffield, and then the Royal Brompton, London. He is an expert in the fields of both coronary artery repair, as well as the surgical management of valvular disease. He has an international reputation for his successful treatment of mitral valve disease, speaking regularly at international events and receiving referrals from all over the world.
Along with colleagues at the Royal Brompton, Mr Moat has pioneered minimally invasive techniques of valve repair and replacement, facilitating the treatment of those who would be deemed unfit to undergo conventional cardiac surgery. He continues to work with international colleagues to bring cutting-edge techniques into UK practice. Similarly, he is involved in disseminating excellence in Cardiac surgery worldwide, particularly to Egypt.
A revered surgeon, Mr Moat is on the council of the Cardiothoracic Section of the Royal Society of Medicine and is an honorary senior lecturer at the National Heart and Lung Institute. Until 2007, He was Clinical Director of Cardiac Surgery at the Royal Brompton.