Welcome to Sydney Heart
Sydney Heart has moved to Suite 106 Parkway San Clinic, located at the corner of Fox Valley Road and the Comenarra Parkway.
With more consulting and treatment rooms, ample car parking, and a coffee shop on the ground floor, we are thrilled to be offering greater convenience to our patients.
COVID 19 Update
Please note that due to the COVID19 pandemic, consultations are offered where possible, as telephone consultation to maintain social distancing and minimise the risk to our patients.
Please do not come for an appointment or visit our rooms if you have had contact with anyone with a possible diagnosis of COVID-19 or if you are unwell with any of the following symptoms:
- Sore throat
- Runny nose
Please call us to make alternative arrangements in this event as we continue to monitor and adhere strictly to the health guidelines issued at this time to keep our patients and the wider community safe.
Notice to New Patients
Dr Maros Elsik
Dr Maros Elsik is a highly qualified and experienced interventional cardiac electrophysiologist and a clinical cardiologist. He graduated from UNSW with 1st class honours.
Dr George Lau
Is an interventional cardiologist and general physician at Sydney Adventist Hospitals and Northern Beaches Hospital.
Dr Sonali Gnanenthiran
Dr Sonali Gnanenthiran is a general cardiologist who graduated medicine from the University of New South Wales with First Class Honours and subsequently undertook a PhD with the University of Sydney.
In the News....
A Thornleigh man is lucky to be alive after he suffered a heart attack while giving a mate a ride home
23 May 2017 | Rebecca Parish, North Shore Times
Paulo Sagala, Melinda Chambers, Noel Gurney and Dr Maros Elsik were awarded certificates of high commendation, while Senior Constable Christopher Vallis was recognised with the NSW Police Award for their part in providing life-saving road-side assistance to a Thornleigh man who suffered a heart attack on the way home.
AMA Private Health Insurance Report Card 2016
21 March 2016
This report card provides ‘at a glance’ information to show the differences between private health insurance policies, and the disparity of bene ts paid by health insurers for medical treatment which may lead to out of pocket expenses.