Dr. Paul MacIntyre


Paul has clinical interests in general cardiology, pacemakers, heart failure and device therapy and cardiac rehabilitation. He graduated from Glasgow University, Scotland in 1987. He completed specialist training in Glasgow and was appointed as a Consultant Cardiologist at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in 1996.  In 2007 he received a merit award for achievements in Cardiology in Scotland and his broader contribution to the NHS.  In 2005 he was appointed to the position of Lead Clinician for Coronary Heart Disease in Scotland and Chair of the National Advisory Committee to the Scottish government.  In this role he worked the Scottish Government on service development, strategy and policy in relation to Cardiology.  He moved to Hobart in 2011. He is the current Director of Cardiology at the Royal Hobart Hospital. He is convener of the Cardiology Clinical Advisory Group to the Health Minister and a member of the Tasmanian Health Council .