Dr Nicholas Aroney (Cardiologist)

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Dr Nicholas Aroney
FRACP 2018
Bachelor of Medicine / Bachelor of Surgery 2011

Dr Nicholas Aroney is a Queensland born, bred and educated Interventional and Structural Cardiologist.

Nick achieved First Class Honours in his Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery from Griffith University in 2011. He achieved a Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians in Adult Cardiology after appointments at the Royal Brisbane and Prince Charles Hospitals. Following this, he performed a two year coronary and structural fellowship at The Prince Charles Hospital. In 2020-21, Nick was the Structural Heart Fellow at St Thomas’ Hospital, London, United Kingdom, a worldwide centre of excellence in TAVI, adult structural and adult congenital heart procedures. Whilst at St Thomas’, Nick was involved with international trials and first-in-man procedures.

Nick’s clinical interest and expertise is the management of aortic stenosis, acute coronary syndromes, structural heart disease, cardiac 3D modelling and risk factor modification. He has published manuscripts and abstracts in peer-reviewed journals and presents regularly at national and international conferences.

Nick performs coronary and structural interventions including; percutaneous coronary intervention (stents), transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) and adult congenital interventions (PFO, ASD). He is a nationally accredited TAVI practitioner.

Dr Nicholas Aroney works from the St Vincent’s Private Hospital Northside, Mater Public and Mater Private Hospital’s South Brisbane. He is a proud member of Heart of Australia, providing cardiac services to regional Queensland and is an associate lecturer for The University of Queensland.

Affiliated Clinics
Queensland Cardiology

Practice Locations


Queensland Cardiology
St Vincent’s Private Hospital Northside
Suite 18, Level 3
627 Rode Road
Chermside QLD 4032 
07 3861 5522