Craig Juergens is an Interventional Cardiologist at Liverpool Hospital where he is Director of Cardiology. He is an Associate Professor affiliated with the University of NSW.
Qualifications: MBBS. FRACP. FACC. FCSANZ
After basic Cardiology training at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, he completed an Interventional Fellowship at Stanford University, California and came back to Australia in 1997 to establish the coronary interventional service at Liverpool hospital. Liverpool hospital has subsequently become a centre of training for interventional Cardiologists.
As well as training numerous Australian Fellows, Doctors from China, England, Singapore, New Zealand, Malaysia and Myanmar have learnt coronary interventional techniques under the supervision of Craig and his colleagues. In addition Craig has demonstrated PCI techniques in centres in Taiwan, China, Myanmar, Vietnam and Fiji.
Apart from his interest in Interventional Cardiology, he has a major interest in acute coronary syndromes and has been involved in a large number of multicentre, multinational clinical trials. He has been invited to speak at a number of local and international meetings. He has been author of over 70 peer reviewed papers in Local and International Journals and he continues as an active clinician in the Department of Cardiology at Liverpool hospital, as well as providing support for the interventional Cardiology program at Orange Base hospital.
He provides a consultative service in the rooms in Moore street and performs coronary interventions including ASD/PFO closures both at Liverpool public hospital and Sydney Southwest Private hospital.