Dr Fiona Foo
Dr Fiona Foo is a General and Interventional Cardiologist. A Malaysian born Australian, she graduated from the University of Western Australia with Honours in 2001. She received the prize for Medicine in her year. She was an intern at Royal Perth Hospital. She completed her Basic physician training at Concord Hospital (NSW) and her Advanced Adult Cardiology training at Fremantle Hospital (WA). She was awarded her FRACP (Specialising in Cardiology) in 2008. She undertook an interventional fellowship year at The University of Alberta Hospital in Edmonton, Canada; and gained further interventional cardiology experience at The Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Glasgow, Scotland, the following year. She gained considerable experience and skills in interventional cardiology at both of these world renowned, high volume institutions. She returned to NSW in 2011.
She has interests in Interventional cardiology, Prevention, Sports Cardiology, Women and Heart disease, Climate Change and Cardiovascular Disease, and preoperative assessment of the cardiac patients prior to non cardiac surgery. She is a huge advocate of a healthy lifestyle and practices what she preaches - exercising every day. She also has an interest in healthy diet and nutrition and will not uncommonly go through patient's diets to help them lower their cardiovascular risk.
She regularly presents at educational events and has many publications. Some articles written for Australian Doctor can be accessed here: