Our centre was established in 1990 with a mission to provide high quality healthcare with clinical excellence. We are committed to delivering the highest standards of service in private medicine.

Dr Milton Maltz MD MPhil (Cardiology)

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Dr Milton Maltz, our medical director has over 18 years experience in the private sector. He has a deep understanding of the demand from the UK population for private primary medical care and how to best serve this demand.

Dr. Maltz graduated in 1979 in the Federal University of Medicine of Porto Alegre – Brazil, Fellowship in Internal Medicine in Brazil, Diploma in General Medicine, 1982 St. Bartholomew’s Hospital. Master University of London 1983-1992. Research Registrar, St. Bartholomew’s Hospital (1983 – 1992). Presented numerous papers on all aspects of Cardiology at major Cardiac conferences throughout the world. Previous Research Fellow at the Royal Free Hospital. Dr Maltz was awarded by the Brazilian Government for his extraordinary work to promote the image of Brazil abroad. He received the following medals:

- Order of Cruzeiro do Sul (1998)

- Order of Pacificador (1999)

- Order of Santos Dummont (2001)

Dr. Milton Maltz works in partnership with the most renowned physicians and cardiac specialists from leading University Hospitals in London and operates mainly at the London Clinic and The Wellington Hospital.

Renomee Porten – Cardiac Physiologist

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Renomee is our resident cardiac physiologist at 58 Harley Street. She performs the Echocardiogram with Doppler tests. She is available by appointment every weekday, and is on hand during Dr Maltz’ clinic sessions, enabling us to schedule any tests you may need at a time convenient to you.

Renomee holds a National Diploma in Clinical Technology and a Bachelor degree in Clinical Technology from the ML Sultan Technikon in Natal, South Africa. Her studies included four years of theoretical and practical exams in a joint educational programme with the Johannesburg General and Hillbrow Hospitals in Johannesburg, South Africa. She is an accredited member of the British Society of Echocardiography (BSE) and a member of the Registration Council for Clinical Physiologists. She also regularly teaches on BSE recognised echo courses, which are attended by clinical physiologists, cardiac registrars and anaesthetists based in ITU. As part of the BSE standard for continuing professional development, she regularly attends educational courses and conferences.