Dr Shiva Roy

Procedural cardiologist

Dr Shiva Roy is a specialist cardiologist with subspecialty training and qualifications in cardiac imaging. He specialises in a broad spectrum of adult cardiac conditions and has specific interests in cardiac imaging and medical education. 

He graduated from the University of Sydney in 1990. After completing physicians training at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and advanced training in cardiology and echo fellowship at Prince of Wales Hospital, he has been working in the Sutherland Shire since 2001. 

Dr Roy performs transoesophageal echo and diagnostic cardiac catheterisation at the Sutherland Heart Clinic. He is a staff specialist at Sutherland Hospital where he participates in a busy acute cardiology clinical service and directs the cardiac echo department. He is a committed teacher of medical students from UNSW and junior medical staff at Sutherland Hospital where he also supervises advanced training in cardiology.


  • MBBS – Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
  • FRACP – Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians
  • FCSANZ – Fellow of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand
  • DDU- Diploma of Diagnostic Ultrasound


  • General clinical cardiology
  • Trans-oesophageal echo
  • Cardia CT
  • Diagnostic coronary angiography


  • Eastern Heart Clinic
  • Kareena Private Hospital
  • Sutherland Heart Clinic
  • The Sutherland Hospital

Private practice

Hobbies, community involvement and personal interests

Dr Roy has a broad range of interests from food and wine to music, art and architecture. He hopes to devote more time to these passions having watched his children recently complete their schooling. He continues to play football in the Eastern Suburbs over 45 division and played with the Australian masters football team (the Docceroos) in Brazil, USA and Spain from 2014 to 2016. He helped establish and continues to advise the medical charity Heartbeat of Football which aims to prevent sudden cardiac death and promote heart health awareness in footballers and the broader community.

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