Dr Neil Chapman is a specialist Consultant in General and Cardiovascular Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology. He attended the University of Cambridge and then trained in general medicine, clinical pharmacology and hypertension in London, and at Australia’s University of Sydney. He is an honorary lecturer at Imperial College and Lead Clinician for the Peart-Rose Clinic at Hammersmith Hospital, which is a tertiary referral centre for hypertension and cardiovascular risk factor management.
Dr Neil Chapman specialises in managing hypertension, and sees patients with all aspects of hypertension, including those who are newly-diagnosed, patients with secondary hypertension, resistant and hard-to-control hypertension and those who find it hard to tolerate usual treatments.
He is a fellow of the British Hypertension Society and an accredited hypertension specialist with the European Society of Hypertension. He has clinical and research interests in both primary and secondary cardiovascular disease prevention.
- General and acute medicine
- Cardiovascular disease prevention and cardiac rehabilitation
- Medical practitioner (BSc, MB BChir)
- Consultant physician (General Internal Medicine and Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics)
- Hypertension specialist
- GMC: 3328547
- Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (London)
- Fellow of the British and Irish Hypertension Society (accredited hypertension specialist)
- Member, Medical Defence Union