“I was first attracted to cardiology because it combines traditional clinical medicine with technical procedures. There’s a constant need to keep up-skilling as new procedures are developed. In my professional lifetime cardiology has come a long way – we can do much more to help people today.”
Dr Mark Webster
General and Interventional Cardiologist
MBChB 1979 Otago; FRACP 1986
Dr Mark Webster is a highly respected general and interventional cardiologist who gained his experience in New Zealand and at the Mayo Clinic. While he is primarily engaged as an interventional cardiologist at Auckland City Hospital, Dr Webster occasionally works in collaboration with interventional cardiology colleagues at Ascot Angiography.
Dr Webster’s research interests include anti-platelet drugs, diabetes and new interventional devices. Beyond his professional life, Dr Webster has a passion for New Zealand art. He keeps fit with tennis and skiing.