• Cardiology
  • Cardiac imaging CT / MRI, Echocardiography, General cardiology, Heart failure, Hypertension, Interventional, Structural intervention

Areas of interest


Dr Anoop Koshy is an Interventional, Structural and General Cardiologist based at Epworth Hospital, The Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Austin Hospital. After completing his training in General Cardiology training at Eastern Health and Monash Heart in 2017, he undertook four years of advanced sub-specialisation in Interventional and Structural Heart Interventions at Austin Health and at the prestigious Mount Sinai Medical Centre in New York.

Dr Koshy's clinical focus includes general and interventional cardiology, such as chest pain assessment, arrhythmias, coronary angioplasty, coronary calcium modification, and intravascular imaging. Additionally, Anoop also specialises in management of patients with aortic stenosis using keyhole Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVI), Transcatheter Edge-to-Edge-Repair for mitral regurgitation using MitraClip and patent foramen ovale closure, with extensive experience.

Dr Koshy is the Head of Cardiac Services for the Victorian Liver Transplant Unit at Austin Health, and is a dedicated medical researcher with over 100 publications in some of the world's top cardiology journals and book chapters in coronary and structural heart disease. He prioritises personalised patient care, ensuring patients and their families feel heard, valued, and receive compassionate attention.

Consulting locations

Consulting Location

Melbourne Cardiac Services

Suite 7
214 Burgundy Street
Heidelberg VIC 3084

Epworth locations


Epworth Freemasons Albert Street


Epworth Richmond


  • MBBS (Hons)
  • PhD
  • Interventional Cardiology
  • Complex Interventional & Structural Heart

Education and training

  • Lecturer, The University of Melbourne


  • Coronary Interventional Techniques
  • Structural Heart Disease: Lifetime Management of Aortic Stenosis
  • Perioperative risk assessment prior to non-cardiac surgery
  • Cardiac diseases in liver cirrhosis

Professional Associations

  • Fellow of the Society of Cardiovascular Angiography & Interventions
  • Cardiac Society of Australia & New Zealand
  • Heart Foundation of Australia: Post-Doctoral Scholar
  • Fellow of the American College of Cardiology

Public Appointments

  • Royal Melbourne Hospital – City Campus
  • Austin Hospital