Cardiology Testing Essex

Here at Phoenix Hospital Chelmsford, we provide high quality specialist cardiovascular care. The clinic delivers a full range of outpatient cardiology tests, with short notice availability for appointments and results provided within only a couple of days.

Why choose Phoenix Hospital Chelmsford?

Our expert team of consultant cardiologists and physiologists offer the best lifestyle advice, screening, preventative therapies, investigations and when necessary, treatment for specific cardiac conditions to optimise long term health and quality of life.

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Diagnostic Testing

Here are some of the diagnostic testing methods offered by our cardiology team.

Holter Monitoring

A Holter monitor is a portable ECG device that a patient has to wear for up to 14 days. The device causes minimal interruption to daily life. No maintenance or special attention is required when wearing the monitor.

The monitor collects all the data needed in a single monitoring period, and this uninterrupted data collection leads to greater arrhythmia detection.


An ECHO (echocardiogram) evaluates the structure, chambers and valves of the Heart. It uses ultrasound images to provide high resolution images directly to the cardiologist to be evaluated in real time. It allows the cardiologist to check for clots inside the heart, blocked arteries and to assess its overall functionality.

By taking photos of the different components of the heart, our cardiologists can monitor its size and chambers, and check for specific issues such as cardiomyopathy and endocarditis.

ECG Monitoring

An ECG monitor is a medical device that is used to record the heartbeat over an extended period of time. It involves placing electrodes on the skin to detect the heart’s electrical impulses.


The ECG monitor can be used to record from anywhere between 24 hours to a period of 7 days. After recording, the results are evaluated by cardiologists who check for anything unusual or concerning. This test is often performed following the results from a standard ECG.


The device is applied by the cardiologist, and then kept on throughout your normal daily activities. It is small, entirely painless, and subtle enough to be relatively un-noticeable and unobtrusive.

Blood Pressure Monitoring

Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) is a test used to measure your blood pressure continuously over an extended period of time, usually for 24 hours. It is a commonly used tool for monitoring hypertension, and it allows for consistent recording, even during the night when you are asleep.

Meet one of our cardiologists

Dr Henry Oluwasefunmi Savage

Dr Savage is a consultant cardiologist and an expert in general cardiology, heart failure, and the implantation of complex cardiac rhythm devices.

He is also involved in the prevention and treatment of cardiac disease and regularly delivers education in primary and secondary care in these areas.

He performs procedures such as coronary angiography, pacemaker and defibrillator implantation, and echocardiography.

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