I have had permanent (chronic) A-Fib for about 2 1/2 years and take a rate control medication (bisoprolol) and warfarin. I am not considered a suitable candidate for cardioversion for several reasons including my age (75).
My GP has referred me to a consultant for an update and further advice. The way things work these days I have a choice of 5 north London hospitals and would appreciate help in deciding which one to go to. I'd find it very helpful to hear opinions on the quality of cardiological care (esp for A-Fib) at each of the hospitals or advice on what information to look for about the units that will help me make a good choice.
The hospitals I can choose from are (1) North Middlesex, (2) Barnet, (3) Edgware, (4) Whittington, and (5) Royal Free.