Why Choose Us

Here at our clinic we are able to provide an efficient and effective programme of screening for cardiovascular health. All investigations such as tests and scans are carried out in the same area so that in half a day (including Saturdays) the screening process is complete and results are available to be discussed that very same afternoon. This saves significantly on time especially for office-going people, minimizes hassle, and is very cost effective.

Our Mission

Our mission is to “detect, prevent and treat” heart disease early and hence Heal2Health. In reality, the vast majority who undergo this screening and prevention service currently are reassured that their heart is healthy and they can continue to lead a full and active life. For those few in whom we do detect any blockages or other issues, we aim to provide prompt and effective therapy to restore their heart’s health to the maximum possible so they can continue to lead a healthy and productive life in the community.

What We Do

At Heart2Heart online portal, we provide you the necessary information for an informed decision to take further action, and at our clinic we provide you with an efficient and effective screening and prevention service for a healthy heart so you can lead a hearty and healthy life.
Dr Ramasami Nandakumar
Senior Interventional Cardiologist

About Dr Ramasami Nandakumar

Dr Ramasami Nandakumar is one of the few cardiologists in Singapore who has worked as a Consultant Interventional Cardiologist in a substantive position in the UK before coming to Singapore and is doubly accredited in Cardiology and Internal Medicine by the Joint Committee for Higher Medical Training(JCHMT) of the Royal College of Physicians, UK. He is currently also the only cardiologist from Singapore serving as MRCP examiner in the UK.

Dr Nandakumar underwent undergraduate medical training in CMC, Coimbatore, TN before taking up further training in Wales and England in 1995. In 1999 having attained the MRCP(UK) he undertook research in Cardiac MRI at the Grampian University Hospitals NHS Trust in Aberdeen, Scotland. He then obtained a National Training Number in Cardiology in the All-Wales Higher Speciality Training Programme in Cardiology with the Welsh Deanery which he completed in 2009. He undertook a JCHMT accredited interventional training program in London under the tutelage of Dr K Beatt and Professor Carlo di Mario (stalwarts of interventional cardiology) during this time. Having completed the CCT in 2009 he subsequently became a consultant cardiologist in Croydon University Hospitals, London before taking up a substantive consultant post in the North Staffordshire and Goole NHS trust in England.

He is currently a Senior Consultant Cardiologist at Mt Elizabeth Hospitals (Orchard and Novena) and Mount Alvernia Hospital. He is also a Visiting Senior Consultant at Ng Teng Fong Hospital and National University Hospitals.

He is currently a member of the MOH HTAC subcommittee for Devices and also serves as senior clinical lecturer and faculty of the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. He served most recently as Associate Program Director for the Senior Residency Program in Cardiology and as Director of the Cardiac Rehabilitation service in NTFGH.

Dr Nandakumar has special interest in interventional cardiology (Radial access), intra-vascular imaging, bio-absorbable stents, CT coronary imaging and cardiac rehabilitation. He also performs renal denervation procedure for resistant hypertension.

He has been elected as Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians(Edinburgh) and the Royal College of Physicians(London). He continues to play an active role in the Royal College especially in his capacity as MRCP Examiner.

He belongs to the pioneer batch of cardiologists of the NTFGH hospital and was instrumental in helping to setup the many cardiac services especially interventional cardiology acting both as Director for the interventional cardiac laboratory and also lead of the cardiac rehabilitation services.

Dr Nandakumar regularly presents at international conferences and continues to support young cardiologists in training to present at international conferences. He has presented regularly at conferences and was invited as attend as faculty in the European Cardiology conference(Euro-PCR) while still a Registrat trainee, He won second prize in case presentation as an SpR in London. He continues to teach paramedical staff in NTFGH and also in the region for intravascular imaging and physiology. He continues to publish, as before, in peer reviewed international journals such as PACE, CCI, HEART.