Dr Julian Tan

MBBS, FRCP, FSCAI, FESC, FAPSIC, MMed, MRCP, ACSM, FAMS (Cardiology)
(9 Reviews)

​The Cardiology Practice

1 Farrer Park Station Road

#08-01 Connexion

Singapore 217562

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About Dr Julian Tan

1. Specialty/Sub-Specialty/Area of Medicine

Cardiology

2. Services

  •  treating diseased heart vessels or coronary artery disease
  •  complex percutaneous coronary intervention (also known as coronary angioplasty), which is a non-surgical procedure that uses a thin tube and stent to open narrowed blood vessels.

3. Experience

Dr Julian Tan is a cardiologist currently practicing at Julian Tan Heart Specialist Clinic in Mount Elizabeth Hospital and The Cardiology Practice in Farrer Park Hospital. His special interests include complex interventional cardiology cases such as bifurcation coronary intervention, chronic total occlusion (CTO), structural heart interventions (TAVR, PFO/ASD closures, LAA occluder, balloon aortic and mitral valvuloplasties). He has published in various peer-reviewed journals and has served as a faculty lecturer in international Cardiology conferences and at the National University of Singapore (NUS). School of Medicine and LKC School Of Medicine, and is a core faculty member with the NHG Cardiology residency training programme. 

4. Awards and Achievements

5. Publications 

6. More Information

Education

  • Physician & Interventional Cardiologist
  • FRCP (Edin), FSCAI, FESC, FAPSIC
  • MBBS (Singapore)
  • MMed (Internal Medicine)
  • MRCP (UK)
  • ACSM (Clinical Exercise Specialist)
  • FAMS (Cardiology)

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tracey Ng
21 Dec 2019 | Report
Dr Julian Tan was responsive over whatsapp. He is patient to answer all queries and provides excellent consultation at reasonable prices. Waiting time for appointment is fast.
Aleksander Danilou
23 Oct 2018 | Report
The doctor was very kind, listened carefully, educated on my existing and pre-existing conditions. Was very helpful in understanding my conditions, giving advise on future/current treatment. I can rate my experience the highest and I'm thankful to Doctor Tan.
Gary Ching
23 Oct 2018 | Report

Comforting. Doctor was responsive over whatsapp as well and was quick to attend to my questions.

Mike Warner
23 Oct 2018 | Report

Had stent procedure with Dr. Julian Tan! Very good and excellent doctor. 

Vanda Kwok
14 Oct 2018 | Report
I was referred to Dr Julian Tan from the hospital A&E for chest discomfort and hyperventilation. He is a professional, attentive and very assuring heart specialist. He ordered comprehensive tests to check for heart disease. The test results were good but I was still having disco...
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Angioplasty: The Road To Recovery
Angioplasty: The Road To Recovery

Bravo! You are finally through with your angioplasty surgery. Now, only the recovery stage is left to go through! So, what comes next?

Normally, you are allowed to leave the hospital on the same day or the day after your operation. However, you should have someone pick you up from the hospital and take you home safely.

After a week from your procedure, you can return to your normal routine and even go back to work. From there, your doctor should have advised you on:

  • Taking your prescribed medication.
  • The proper way of taking care of your surgical wound and hygiene.
  • A change of diet and lifestyle e.g. lose weight, stop smoking and stay active.

Nevertheless, you will still have to go for regular follow-up visits to check on your recovery progress.

315 views 19 Nov 2019
Angiogram vs Angioplasty: What Is The Difference? A Cardiologist Explains
Angiogram vs Angioplasty: What Is The Difference? A Cardiologist Explains

Angiogram and angioplasty are fairly common medical terms you might hear. Most people, however, do not know their differences and functions.

The cardiovascular system is a complex network of vessels that facilitate blood circulation and transport nutrients to and from the heart. It is an integral part of our life and is made up of sophisticated processes. As with its importance, various ways to treat and monitor its wellbeing have been developed. Cardiologist, Dr Julian Tan, explained some of their key differences between angiogram and angioplasty to DoctorxDentist readers.

1003 views 14 Jul 2019
Singaporean Cardiologist Explains What Coronary Angioplasty Is And Who Needs It

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In Singapore, 17 people die from cardiovascular disease (heart diseases and stroke) every day. Did you know that in 2017, cardiovascular disease accounted for 30.1% of all deaths?

Coronary heart disease is the most common type of heart disease in many industrialised countries. It happens when plaque builds up in your coronary artery, causing it to become narrow. This results in reduced blood flow, and thus oxygen supply to the heart.

People with this condition often suffer from chest pains and shortness of breath. 

To allow blood flow to more freely, a coronary angioplasty surgery is performed. This procedure uses tiny balloons or a tiny wire mesh tube called a stent to prop open arteries that are blocked. 

Watch the video to understand the coronary angioplasty surgery and find out who needs to undergo this procedure.

1139 views 27 Dec 2018
This Singaporean Cardiologist Who's Saved Over 1000 Lives Shares What You Must Know About Heart Disease
This Singaporean Cardiologist Who's Saved Over 1000 Lives Shares What You Must Know About Heart Disease

Heart disease is not something we like to think about, right?

Unfortunately, many of us in the red alert zone are either unaware, or wait until it’s way too late. Guess you could chalk it up to human nature. 

Dr Julian Tan - a physician and cardiologist with a huge amount of experience lays out some important things that you should know.

2464 views 31 Oct 2018
The Ultimate Guide To Getting An Angioplasty In Singapore (2020)
The Ultimate Guide To Getting An Angioplasty In Singapore (2020)

Heart disease is amongst the top 3 killers in Singapore. In this comprehensive 2500 words guide, I'll address all the most common questions posed by my patients, such as:

  • Why an angioplasty may not be the best treatment for you
  • The cost of getting an angioplasty in Singapore
  • How to find the best cardiologist for an angioplasty
7754 views 31 Aug 2018
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Arteries are the blood vessels that deliver oxygenated blood throughout your body. When a build-up of plaque clogs an artery, it can reduce or completely block blood flow. Clogged arteries are linked to an increased risk of heart attack and stroke. What are the symptoms...
14 Jan 2020
A pacemaker is a small device that delivers electric pulses to the heart muscles. It is used to treat: Heart rhythm problems such as bradycardia (beats too slow) and tachycardia (beats too fast) Heart failure 1. Heart rhythm problems When your heartb...
14 Jan 2020
Your heart pumps blood around your body through blood vessels. Heart disease often begins when heart vessels become blocked by a build-up of fatty deposits called plaque. This makes it harder for vessels to supply blood to the heart. Signs and symptoms that you have blocked h...
16 Oct 2018
This is a common question that often confuses my patients, because they sound similar! An angiogram is merely a diagnostic tool used to reveal blockages in heart vessels. On the other hand, an angioplasty is a treatment that involves inserting heart stents to improve b...
16 Oct 2018
Treating heart disease usually begins with lifestyle changes and/or medications that help improve blood flow to your heart muscle. However, your angiogram will clearly show the blockage in your coronary arteries. I always make sure to explain ALL available treatment options to my...
16 Oct 2018
here are the main 4 steps during the angioplasty procedure: 1. Preparation A coronary angiogram usually takes about 30 minutes. You'll be lying under an X-ray camera in a cath lab while your cardiologist monitors the procedure on a television screen. You'll...
16 Oct 2018
I'm glad to hear that you are determined to make healthier lifestyle choices to get the best results after your angioplasty! I warn all my patients that an angioplasty is NOT a cure for heart disease. It can certainly help to control your symptoms, but it does NOT fix the unde...
16 Oct 2018
Private heart specialists typically charge about $150 - $200 for a first consultation. Medications will typically add on another $100 - $200 in total to your final bill. At the National Heart Centre, the rates for seeing a cardiologist are as follows: Consulta...
16 Oct 2018
There are 3 main categories of Singaporeans whom are most at risk for heart disease: 1. Strong family history of heart disease You will have an increased risk of heart attacks if your parents or siblings have cardiovascular disease, even if you have a healthy diet and exerc...
16 Oct 2018
Great question! Your friend is entirely right. Not many people know this, but there are actually 3 main "types" of cardiologists in Singapore, according to their further sub-specialty training and qualifications. These are: Non-Invasive Cardiologist Interventional Cardi...
16 Oct 2018
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