Find out more about ICDs with cardiologist Dr David Whalley when he talks on Thurs 26 July at the next ICD Group Meeting at Royal North Shore Hospital (RNSH).
RNSH cardiologist Dr David Whalley will give you an interesting overview of implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs), how they work and how technology has progressed over the past 30 years.
The ICD group meetings run by RNSH usually give you a chance to ask the guest speaker any questions you may have. It’s also a great opportunity to chat to other people with an ICD.
Event: RNSH ICD Group Meeting
Topic: ICD – the Basics to the Latest
Date & time: Thurs 26 July, 11am-1pm
Venue: Royal North Shore Hospital – Main Auditorium (see below for more details)
RSVP: by Friday 20 July to Ann Kirkness on 02 9926 8286* or email
*If the phone is unattended when you call please leave a message. Let Ann know your name, phone number and how many people are attending.
The ICD Group Meeting is held at the Main Auditorium Level 5, Kolling Building (the Kolling Building is located directly opposite the main hospital building and the RNSH chapel in Reserve Road. (Access via Westbourne Street).
Light refreshments are served from 11am and the presentation starts at midday. Family and friends are welcome to attend.
Parking: access to the multi-storey car park is currently via Westbourne Street (there is no entry from the Pacific Highway). On the day you can get a letter from Ann or one of the volunteers so you can get a discounted rate of $5.50. But be warned: finding a parking spot can be a challenge!
Public transport: you can catch the train to St Leonards station and walk 10-15 mins to the hospital OR catch the 144 bus which takes into the hospital grounds.
This month’s meeting is sponsored by Medtronic.