Dr Andrew Roy


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  • Cardiology

Areas of Interest

  • General cardiology
  • Coronary interventions
  • Percutaneous valvular interventions including; Tavi, intracoronary imaging, structural heart Disease

St Vincent’s Private Hospital Sydney, NSW

Suite 803,
St Vincents Clinic,
438 Victoria Street,
Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010

T: (02) 8382 6811

F: (02) 8382 6811

E: roycardiology@stvincents.com.au


Dr Andrew Roy is a cardiologist with a special interest in general cardiology and heart disease prevention. Dr Roy is also committed to academic research and medical education.

Dr Andrew Roy is a senior interventional cardiologist with interest in general cardiology, heart disease prevention, coronary interventions and Percutaneous Valvular Interventions. Dr Roy is a leading TAVI operator in Australia. 

Dr Roy’s extensive education and training includes graduating with honours from RCSI Dublin in 2002, before completing his MRCPI award through the Royal College of Physicians Ireland in 2005. After clinical Cardiology Specialist training in the Mater Misericordiae and St Vincents University Hospitals in Dublin, he took research posts in the Sudden Cardiac Death Family Screening Clinic and Pulmonary Hypertension Units, where he was awarded his postgraduate research Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree in Cardiorenal biomarkers through University College Dublin.
Dr Andrew Roy then undertook 2 years of subspecialty interventional cardiology training in one of Europe’s leading interventional centres, the Institut Cardiovasculaire Paris Sud (Massy, France), focusing on complex coronary interventions, transcatheter valve replacements, and peripheral artery disease therapies. He then completed further Fellowship training in Valvular Heart Disease Interventions and Cardiac CT in St Thomas’ Hospital London (UK), before working as a specialist in the Mater Private and University Hospitals Dublin. He was awarded his Fellowship of the European Society of Cardiology through the scientific excellence pathway in 2016, and also holds Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians of both Ireland (FRCPI) and Australia (FRACP).