Dr Longman is a Consultant Interventional and General Cardiologist working at both St Richards and Worthing Hospitals, treating all acute and chronic cardiological conditions including specialist experience in coronary angioplasty and stenting for angina and heart attacks. She also contributes to the National Heart Attack Angioplasty service in Portsmouth.
She completed all undergraduate and postgraduate training in the UK in London, and Wessex regions and now holds a consultant post at university Hospitals Sussex.
She has postgraduate training in healthcare leadership from the NHS Leadership Academy and has ongoing educational roles for the postgraduate cardiology specialty training and for the British Cardiovascular Interventional Society (BCIS).
Her main interest is coronary intervention with adjunctive intravascular imaging with ultrasound or OCT and calcium modification with atherectomy and lithotripsy.
Research interests include the study and modification of lipoprotein a in cardiovascular disease and new pharmacological therapies for heart failure with preserved ejection fraction.
She has a holistic approach to Cardiology considering the whole mind and body interaction and effects on the cardiovascular system.
In her personal time she has an interest in exercise and sports including cardiovascular and core activities and spending time outdoors enjoying our natural world and the beauty of Sussex and Hampshire.