Dr Duncan Hogg, Consultant Cardiologist, qualified in medicine at the University of Aberdeen in 1994, and in 1997 he became a Member of the Royal College of Physicians. Dr Hogg received his general cardiology training at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and completed specialist training in Cardiology & General Internal Medicine (GIM) in 2007, being awarded CCST by the Postgraduate Medical Education and Training Board. Dr Hogg has Specialist Registration with the General Medical Council for Cardiology & GIM.
Prior to taking up his permanent Consultant post in Aberdeen he was a fellow in interventional cardiology at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto, Canada, where he had intensive specialist training in all aspects of percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). Dr Hogg was also a British Heart Foundation sponsored junior research fellow, during which time he closely studied coagulation platelet activity changes in patients with atrial fibrillation pre- and post electrical cardioversion.
Dr Hogg took up his permanent position as a Consultant Cardiologist at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary in April 2009. He practices in General Cardiology with a sub-specialty interest in PCI, performing 100-150 cases per year including in-patient (urgent & emergent) and elective. Dr Hogg’s PCI performance is excellent and well within the accepted standards, this can be reviewed on the British Cardiac Intervention Society website.