Welcome To dr holdright's practice

“Kind, Courteous, Gracious And Expert Care”
– Mrs GS, 2019

Dr Diana Holdright Cardiologist - Team Photo

Welcome to Dr Holdright's Practice


 “Kind, courteous, gracious and expert care” – Mrs GS, 2019

Dr Holdright’s private practice was established over 20 years ago and since that time she has earned a reputation as one of London’s finest cardiologists. Her broad experience scans the full spectrum of cardiological conditions and concerns, and she has access to the most state-of-the-art imaging techniques for fast and accurate diagnosis. Located within the Harley Street Clinic Diagnostic Centre in the heart of London’s medical district, she and her team are committed to providing a superlative service in a relaxed, welcoming and attentive environment.

"State of the art clinical service delivered efficiently and seamlessly by a leading Consultant Cardiologist with a flawless team"
"Absolutely amazing service. I have just told everyone in the office that if they need a cardiologist, this is the office to call"

"A very efficient, comprehensive and personalised service"

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