Rapid Access Chest Pain Clinic (RACPC) – UCLH

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Specialist cardiology assessment for patients with new onset of exertional chest pain thought likely to be angina, and for patients not currently under a cardiologist who have known ischaemic heart disease and worsening symptoms, who need urgent assessment. 

All patients are offered an appointment within two weeks of a referral. Clinics on Tuesday and Thursday mornings on the UCH site.

For patients with known IHD, send to a general cardiology clinic unless they have new or worsening symptoms.

Patients with suspected MI or acute coronary syndrome should go directly to A&E.

Please see the chest pain pathway.


Eligibility criteria

Inclusions

  • patients with new onset chest pain suspected to be cardiac in origin
  • patients not currently under a cardiologist who have known ischaemic heart disease and worsening symptoms, who need urgent assessment (if not urgent please refer to general cardiology clinic)
  • patients with new onset of exertional chest pain thought likely to be angina

How to refer

This form can be sent by: E-referral

Please fill out EMIS form and send via e-Referral system using below details.

  • UCLH service name: Rapid Access Chest Pain Clinic - Cardiology
  • Choose and book speciality: Cardiology
  • Clinic type: Rapid Access chest
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This form can be sent by: E-referral

Please fill out referral form and send via e-Referral system using below details.

  • UCLH service name: Rapid Access Chest Pain Clinic - Cardiology
  • Choose and book speciality: Cardiology
  • Clinic type: Rapid Access chest

General Contact Details

t: 020 3456 6000

e: uclh.cardiology@nhs.net

w: https://www.uclh.nhs.uk/ourservices/servicea-z/cardiacs/racpc/pages/home.aspx