Dr Patrick Gladding


Dr Patrick Gladding

Dr Patrick Gladding

General Cardiologist/Physician

MB ChB 1998 Auckland

“I believe that patients with cardiac symptoms deserve to be seen promptly, given an accurate diagnosis and effective management. They need to understand their condition, or be reassured that they are well. I enjoy working closely with the team at Ascot Cardiology which brings broad expertise and experience to any given problem.”

Dr Patrick Gladding’s Background

Patrick is dual trained in both Internal Medicine and Cardiology. He completed his Cardiology training at the Greenlane Cardiovascular Service, Auckland, and has been a practising cardiologist since 2007. He undertook a Fellowship in Advanced Imaging at the Cleveland Clinic, USA, in 2010.

In addition to his work at Ascot, Patrick is also employed as a cardiologist at North Shore and Waitakere Hospitals. He has expertise in cardiac imaging, personalised healthcare and angiography, and in 2013 he completed a PhD in cardiovascular medicine. He enjoys helping patients with the use of innovative technologies and the latest developments in genomic medicine, whereby information about an individual’s genetic makeup can be utilised to tailor treatment specifically to the patient. He is the founder of Theranostics Laboratory.

Outside of work Patrick enjoys drawing, skiing and outdoor activities with his family.

Articles Written by Dr Patrick Gladding

Dr Patrick Gladding on EPA (fish oil) and Triglycerides

Transcript: Dr Patricia Ding: I’m Patricia Ding, Cardiologist. I’m here today with Dr. Patrick Gladding. Hi Patrick. Dr Patrick Gladding: Hi, everyone. Hi, Patricia. Dr Patricia Ding: Okay, right. So can you tell us about the topic today? Dr Patrick Gladding: So I’m just going to talk to you about triglycerides. It’s an area that’s ...

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Author: Dr Patricia DingPosted: February 3, 2021Tags: , , , , Category: Uncategorized

Treating Hypertension Beyond Genomics . . . Personalised care and technology in focus

Treating the world’s largest ‘silent killer’ extends well beyond drug intervention, guidelines and textbook literature. Here Ascot Cardiology Group Cardiologist Dr Patrick Gladding provides insight into technological advances in blood pressure monitoring and ECG sensitivities, and the key role personalisation plays in effectively treating patients with hypertension. “Personalised medicine is more than genomics, it’s also wireless ...

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Author: Dr Patrick GladdingPosted: July 24, 2017Tags: , , , , , Category: Uncategorized

Hypertension Guidelines . . . Analysis, applications and what to make of it all?

Hypertension is the world’s most common modifiable risk factor for cardiovascular disease and death. Globally, it is estimated that more than one billion adults have hypertension, and this number could reach one-and-half billion by 2025. Given that hypertension has no symptoms but accounts for over nine million deaths annually, it is known as the “silent ...

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Author: Dr Patrick GladdingPosted: May 28, 2017Tags: , , , , , , Category: Uncategorized

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