Patient treatment options for inherited cardiac conditions

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Dear South West London Integrated Care Partnership,

As a patient with an inherited cardiac condition (hypertrophic cardiomyopathy) I would like to establish what centres within the ICS would I be under the care of? I.e., what hospitals have a dedicated inherited cardiac conditions team. If they do not have a dedicated team or would not treat the condition where would patients be referred to? Specifically, would a local hospital manage drug treatment up until the stage of surgery (septal ablation or surgical myectomy)? If surgery is not offered where would the patient be referred to?

Yours faithfully,

David Smith

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Please find attached response to request reference FOI.22.SWL483, on
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