About Dr Tim Sutton
Tim Sutton trained at Bristol University in the UK, where he undertook an intercalated microbiology degree as part of his undergraduate career. He spent the first three years of his medical life initially at the Bristol Royal Infirmary, then Northampton General Hospital. Having arrived in New Zealand with his Kiwi wife he spent time in all three greater Auckland hospitals as a medical registrar, then trained in cardiology at Middlemore and Green Lane hospitals. On the way he gained his MRCP in 1996 then his FRACP in 2001. Dr Sutton then spent a year as a clinical research fellow at Middlemore and has been a consultant cardiologist there since December 2001.
Areas of Specialisation
General Cardiology with a focus on Ischaemic Heart Disease, its prevention, investigation and treatment, Valvular Heart Disease and Heart Failure
BScMB, ChB, MRCP, FRACP, FCSANZ