Dr Gonzalez Corcia has an expertise in the different fields of congenital and pediatric cardiology, with a special focus in the diagnosis and treatment of arrhythmias in children.
The different fields outlined below is not comprehensive. Please contact Dr Gonzalez Corcia to request information or answer any question you may have on conditions and treatments not included within the website.
Congenital Heart Defects
Congenital Heart Defects (CHDs) are present at birth and can affect the structure of a baby’s heart and the way it works. Read more
Inherited cardiac conditions
Inherited cardiac conditions (ICC) is a term covering a wide variety of relatively rare diseases of the heart with a genetic cause. Read more
An evaluation of the heart’s electrical activity and determinate the cause of the hearts’ abnormal rhythms. Read more
young Athletes screening
Athletes screening identifies abnormalities that could provoke disease progression or sudden death related to sport. Read more
An arrhythmia is an abnormal rhythm of the heart, which can cause the heart to pump less effectively. Read more
Syncope is another word for fainting or passing out. Someone is considered to have syncope if they become unconscious and then soon recover. Read more
Pacemakers, ICD (to treat dangerously abnormal heart rhythms) and internal loop recorders. Read More
To the best Cardiologist ever! What is stronger than the human heart which shatters over and still lives
Daniel F., patient
Big Thanks for performing the electrophysiology examination and ablation to our beloved daughter at Bristol Children’s Hospital. Thank you for your professionalism and dedication. Thank you also for taking the time to explain what to expect in the short and long term and the potential alternatives.
Cloe A., mother’s patient
Thank you for all the amazing care and support you gave our daughter. You saved her life and we will always be grateful for the treatment you gave her. She is now home and getting stronger each day. She is such a happy baby again and recovering well. You do such an amazing job and work so hard to help people who really need it
Helen S., mother’s patient
Thank you so much for all your help. We are so pleased with the progress our son had following his ablation!
Robert V., father’s patient