Cardiologists Valencia


English speaking cardiologist in Valencia, Spain

Cardiologists deal with the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and abnormalities involving the heart and blood vessels, which may range from congenital defects through to acquired heart diseases such as coronary artery disease and pulmonary hypertension.

Dr. Melero has extensive experience in Sports Cardiology, and special expertise in grown-up congenital heart disease, heart failure, valvular heart disease, and pulmonar hypertension.


Dr Melero is offering a Telemedicine option (online videoconference appointments). If you need a second opinion, need to review your medication and renew your prescriptions, or need to discuss the symptoms you are experiencing but cannot or prefer not to travel for a face to face appointment to see a cardiologist in central Valencia, this can be a suitable option. A face to face appointment may be required at a later time. Contact us to book your telemedicine appointment.


COVID-19 Update: During the current situation with the Coronavirus, My Medica aims to continue to provide care for its patients. We will be encouraging video call appointments to reduce face to face contact and unnecessary travel until the situation improves.
  • Cardiology appointment 100€ (or 120€ if we add Electrocardiogram, also known as ECG or EKG)
  • Cardiology appointment + EKG + Doppler Echocardiogram (Cardiac Echo) 220€
  • Color Doppler Echocardiogram 200€
  • Holter Monitor (24h ECG monitor) 400€
  • Ambulatory blood pressure monitor – ABPM (24h blood pressure monitor) 300€

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Our cardiologists


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Heart Failure happens when patients have an abnormality of heart structure or function that reduces the hearts ability to pump effectively or fill with blood.
High blood pressure is the commonest cause of cardiovascular disease such as stroke, heart attack and kidney failure. A cardiologist can help you manage your blood pressure.
POTS is a relatively unknown but common condition. It affects the autonomic nervous system (the blood pressure control system), and it causes an increase in heart rate on standing. It can produce a range of heart symptoms which include dizziness and blackouts, palpitations, breathlessness and chest pain.