Dr Angeline Leet is Deputy Director and Head of Echocardiography in the Department of Cardiology. She is a full time cardiologist in the Heart Failure and Transplant service at the Alfred. Angeline's expertise includes echocardiography, management of acute and chronic heart failure, mechanical circulatory support both acute and particularly long-term ventricular assist devices and heart transplantation.
Dr Leet graduated from Monash University, Victoria. She completed cardiology training at Monash Medical Centre with Fellowships at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Alfred. She spent a year in Bougainville, Papua New Guinea as a doctor with Australian Volunteers International and returned to the Heart Failure and Transplant service at the Alfred, Melbourne in 2004 where she has remained since.
She has particular interests in the long term management of patients with ventricular assist devices, and the transition of Paediatric cardiology and heart transplant patients to the Alfred, with a dedicated Young Adult Heart Transplant Transition Clinic within the Heart Failure and Transplant service.