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Dr. Daniel O'Hare

Dr. O'Hare is a consultant cardiologist and electrophysiologist working within the Blackrock Health Group, Ireland.  He specialises in Atrial Fibrillation and other cardiac rhythm disturbances.

Dr. O'Hare graduated from the University of Limerick Graduate Entry Medical school in 2011, and was awarded the Gold Medal in Medicine. Following completion of his Cardiology training in Ireland, Dr. O'Hare studied for an MD in King’s College London in the area of electrical conduction in the atria and the role of Cardiac MRI in the evaluation of the arrhythmia patient.

He completed a clinical fellowship in Electrophysiology in St. Thomas’ Hospital Westminster, specialising in atrial fibrillation ablation. During this time he was the Cardiology Foundation Lecturer for Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Foundation Trust, and was selected for the inaugural cohort of the British Cardiovascular Society’s Emerging Leaders Programme.

Prior to returning to Ireland, Dr. O'Hare worked as a post CCT Electrophysiology fellow in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham.

Dr. O'Hare offers the latest treatment in the treatment of cardiac rhythm disturbances, including ablation. He is an expert in the new Pulse Field Ablation technology for Atrial Fibrillation. He has European Accreditation in Invasive Electrophysiology (EHAR) 

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Consulant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist


Blackrock Health Group

Post CCT - Electrophysiology Fellow

2021 - 2022

University Hospital Birmingham, UK

Electrophysiology Clinical Fellow

2020 - 2021

St. Thomas' Hospital, Westminster, London, UK

Clinical Research Fellow

2018 - 2020

King's College London & Guy's and St. Thomas' Foundation Trust. 

London, UK

Cardiology Specialist Registrar

2014 - 2018

  • University Hospital Limerick

  • St. James's Hospital, Dublin 

  • University Hospital Galway

  • St. Vincent's University Hospital, Dublin


Invasive Cardiac Electrophysiology Certification


Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Certification


Completion of Specialist Training (Cardiology)

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