The Berkshire Clinic has opened at Frasers Property’s Winnersh Triangle.

The independent medical clinic provides access to cardiology consultants and diagnostic tests at its 2,400 sq ft clinic.

The state-of-the-art clinic has been founded by four consultant cardiologists who have established local NHS and private practices.

Dr Nicos Spyrou performed the first coronary angioplasty in Reading at the Battle Hospital in 2003, Prof Neil Ruparelia was appointed visiting professor at the University of Reading and fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians in 2020.

Dr James Stirrup is a consultant cardiologist with a special interest in cardiovascular imaging at the Royal Berkshire Hospital and Dr Andrew Elkington became the clinical lead for the cardiology department at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in June 2020.

Eilidh McAllister, asset manager for Frasers Property UK, said: “We are delighted to welcome The Berkshire Clinic to Winnersh Triangle and it’s great to attract another organisation from the science and healthcare sector.

“Winnersh Triangle is an ideal location for companies from many sectors, but we are seeing a real increase in interest from businesses with a science background. We look forward to seeing The Berkshire Clinic settling in at Winnersh Triangle and making the most of all the amenities that we have to offer.”

Dr Spyrou said: “We spent a long time trying to find the right location to open The Berkshire Clinic, when we found Winnersh Triangle it was the perfect fit.

“With its great location near to the M4, equidistance between Reading and Bracknell, not to mention Winnersh Triangle train station being a one-minute walk and plenty of free parking, we are already receiving great feedback about the excellent location. We also have room to grow at The Berkshire Clinic as we expand the specialisms that we will offer.”

Frasers Property UK was represented by CBRE and Hollis Hockley.

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