Powerful Medical
3. August 2023

Dr. Fakhar Khan, Distinguished Consultant Cardiologist, Joins UK Clinical Board for PMcardio

We are thrilled to announce the latest addition to our UK Clinical Board, Dr. Fakhar Khan, an award-winning Consultant Cardiologist with a profound understanding of the unique demands of the UK’s healthcare landscape.

Currently serving at St Bartholomew’s Hospital’s Barts Heart Centre and the Royal Free Hospital in Hamstead, Dr. Khan brings unparalleled expertise in managing heart rhythm disorders. His deep understanding of the healthcare system in the UK, strengthened by his extensive training at Oxford, Papworth Hospital, and Addenbrooke’s Hospital, coupled with his experience at prestigious healthcare centres, equips him with unique insights that will immensely benefit our board’s decision-making process.

An acclaimed medical researcher, Dr. Khan has made remarkable strides in improving patient outcomes, including leading a major clinical trial at Cambridge University. His numerous peer-reviewed articles and insightful speeches at international conferences in the US and Europe underscore his dedication to advancing healthcare.

Recognised by the Heart Rhythm Society UK with the Young Investigator Award in 2010 and the prestigious Ralph Noble Prize from the University of Cambridge, Dr. Khan’s work truly stands out in the field of clinical medicine.

With his blend of clinical expertise, research prowess, and an intrinsic understanding of the UK healthcare system, we are confident that Dr. Khan will be an invaluable asset to our UK Clinical Board. We eagerly anticipate the innovative insights and guidance he will bring to our team.

Dr. Fakhar Khan, Distinguished Consultant Cardiologist, Joins UK Clinical Board for PMcardio
Dr. Fakhar Khan, Distinguished Consultant Cardiologist, Joins UK Clinical Board for PMcardio

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About Dr. Fakhar Khan Dr. Fakhar Khan is a Consultant Cardiologist specializing in heart rhythm disorders, currently serving at the Barts Heart Centre and the Royal Free Hospital. With his medical degree from the University of Cambridge and additional training across renowned institutions, he brings a unique blend of clinical expertise and research acumen. As an esteemed researcher and recipient of significant awards such as the Young Investigator Award and the Ralph Noble Prize, Dr. Khan’s contributions significantly impact the landscape of clinical medicine.

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Powerful Medical leads one of the most important shifts in modern medicine by augmenting human-made clinical decisions with artificial intelligence. Our primary focus is on cardiovascular diseases, the world’s leading cause of death.
Powerful Medical leads one of the most important shifts in modern medicine by augmenting human-made clinical decisions with artificial intelligence. Our primary focus is on cardiovascular diseases, the world’s leading cause of death.
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PMcardio is the market leader in AI-powered diagnostics, addressing the world’s leading cause of death – cardiovascular diseases. The innovative clinical assistant empowers healthcare professionals to detect up to 40 cardiovascular diseases. In the form of a smartphone application, the certified Class IIb medical device interprets any 12-lead ECG image in under 5 seconds to provide accurate diagnoses and individualized treatment recommendations tailored to each patient.

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