Dr Chris Alexopoulos

Conjoint Lecturer UNSW

Dr Chris Alexopoulos completed his fellowship in Cardiology and Echocardiography at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney after graduating from the University of New South Wales with Honours in 1999.

He has been a fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians and the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand since 2008.

Dr Alexopoulos is the principal cardiologist at Port Macquarie Cardiology. He is also the Director of Cardiology Services at Port Macquarie Base Hospital having worked as a cardiologist caring for patients in our region since 2008. He has been instrumental in the expansion of all cardiology services in the Hastings Macleay region.

He cares for a broad group of patients with specific interests in diagnostic cardiac imaging, coronary disease, valvular heart disease, heart failure, cardiac rhythm disturbances and preventative cardiology.

Dr Alexopoulos performs specialised diagnostic cardiac procedures including transoesophageal echocardiograms and cardiac catheterisation procedures at Port Macquarie Base Hospital. He is the principal investigator for both hospital and outpatient clinical research trials.


AHPRA NSW Medical Board


Royal Australian College of Physicians, Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand, Australian Medical Association, Patron Heart Support Australia Port Macquarie.

Public Hospital/Academic Appointments

Port Macquarie Base Hospital, Conjoint Lecturer UNSW

Private Hospital Appointments

Port Macquarie Private Hospital, Eastern Heart Clinic, Prince of Wales Private Hospital

Continuing Education/Teaching

Dr Alexopoulos is a Conjoint Lecturer in Medicine at the University of NSW and continues to teach medical students through the UNSW Rural Clinical School, Port Macquarie Campus. He is a supervisor for cardiology advanced training and physician training.

Dr Alexopoulos has been an examiner for the Royal Australian College of Physicians since 2010. He is invited to give frequent presentations to a broad range of audiences including general practitioners, cardiac support groups, allied health staff, physicians and cardiologists. He regularly attends local and international cardiology conferences.

Personal Message

“Everybody has a story. One of the things I enjoy most about my work is listening to people’s stories, helping care for their wellbeing and watching them continue on their life journey.”

Port Macquarie Cardiology

Port Macquarie Cardiology is located in the Highfields Circuit medical precinct, near the Port Macquarie Base Hospital.