88, Harley Street, W1G 7HR
0207 580 7582

Dr Laura Corr

Consultant Cardiologist MBBS PhD FRCP FESC

Meet the Team

Since 2003, Dr Corr has run a large, successful independent practice in Harley Street covering over 7,000 patients internationally. The practice is focused on diagnosis and management of complex cases and the early diagnosis and prevention of cardiac disease, using advanced minimally invasive technology. Many non-invasive tests can be organised within her practice and Dr Corr has access to all modern technology. 

Robbie Hamilton, Practice Manager.

Fitting a blood pressure monitor.

Having an echocardiogram.

Practice Manager:  Robbie Hamilton graduated from Queen’s Medical School with Honours in 2015, following which he gained extensive medical experience in 12 specialties in the NHS and the Australian medical system. He also worked in a clinical research organisation for medical trials and was clinical project manager for Northern Ireland’s Public Health Agency during Covid. He now runs Dr Corr’s practice and works closely with her, keeping her aware of the progress of patients’ treatments and all aspects of their care. He ensures patients receive swift responses to their questions and assists them with arranging tests at their convenience.



Exercise and Rehabilitation Support: Medical evidence today tells us that exercise and nutrition play a key role in a long and healthy life. To enable her patients to optimise recovery and long-term health, Dr Corr is an advisor to a specialist exercise and nutrition team called Clinical Prevention and Rehabilitation (CP+R). 

CP+R’s clinically prescribed and monitored programmes ensure that each person receives a bespoke approach that prioritises safety. Patients are screened before and after every exercise session and activity is monitored continuously using a heart rate monitor.

CP+R are experienced in helping patients with cardiac conditions that include atrial fibrillation, hypertension, hyperlipidaemia, myocardial infarction, coronary heart disease, heart valve disease and stroke.

Their team-based approach delivers one-to-one exercise and nutrition programmes that are tailored to each individual patient, helping to improve the quality of their health and wellbeing and to minimise the risk of future heart-related events.

Tailored support and motivation.

Scientific precision for accuracy.

Checking BP before exercise.