Dr Julian Boullin is a Consultant Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist working in the NHS at Dorset County Hospital and the Royal Bournemouth Hospital. He sees private patients at the BMI Winterbourne in Dorchester and at the Dorset Heart Clinic in Bournemouth.
Dr Boullin trained in cardiology in Kings College Hospital London, Dorchester, Bournemouth & Southampton. His first consultant post was at the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital where in 2011 he set up and then led the ablation service in Norfolk. During this period he also undertook more complex ablation at the Barts Heart Centre in London, the largest ablation centre in Europe. His personal data has demonstrated excellent patient care and these efforts have been recognised with awards for Clinical Excellence.
In February 2017 he relocated back to the south coast with his wife and 3 daughters. He practices in all areas of cardiology, and specialises in the management of heart rhythm problems.
Primary Medical Qualification
MB BS University of London, 1997
Member of the Royal College of Physicians, 2002
Research Doctorate (DM) - University of Southampton, 2008
Electrophysiology & Ablation exam accreditation.- European Heart Rhythm Association, 2010
Certified Cardiac Device Specialist (International Board of Heart Rhythm Examiners), 2010
Entry on to the Specialist Register
Cardiology, 3rd May 2011
Royal College of Physicians, London
British Heart Rhythm Society
European Heart Rhythm Association
Research Dr Boullin has published widely and written a doctorate thesis studying the effects of undernutrition in early life on the cardiovascular function in adult life, undertaking research at the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease centre, Southampton University.
Prior to moving back down to the south coast Dr Boullin established the ablation data collection in Norwich for submission to the National Audit using new software, achieving an exemplary ≥ 97% complete data. The data demonstrated a high quality service which contributed to the rise of ablation rates in East Anglia from 2011 increasing to the highest region in the UK by 2015.