Dr Steadman did his undergraduate and basic medical training in Bristol before moving to Birmingham for his specialist training in cardiology.
He also spent two and a half years doing clinical research in Leicester funded initially by the British Heart Foundation and subsequently the National Institute for Health Research. The resulting thesis was awarded an MD by the University of Leicester.
He is also a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of London.
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
University of Bristol
Dr Steadman's undergraduate training was at the University of Bristol.
He achieved Distinctions in Physiology and Biochemistry and Credits in Pathology, Child Health, Anatomy, Pharmacology and Pathology & Microbiology.
Membership of the Royal College of Physicians
Royal College of Physicians, London
Dr Steadman did his general medical training in Bristol at both Southmead and Frenchay Hospitals. During this time he passed his professional examinations and was awarded Membership of the Royal College of Physicians (UK) and became a Collegiate Member of the Royal College of Physicians, London.
After this he also spent time working in Intensive care at Frenchay Hospital Bristol before embarking on his cardiology training.
Certificate of Completion of Training
General Medical Council
Dr Steadman moved to Birmingham in 2004 for his specialist training in cardiology.
This included two years at the the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, a centre of excellence in cardiology with over 1200 beds and the largest single floor critical care in Europe. He also worked at two other tertiary cardiac centres in the Midlands (University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire and University Hospital North Staffordshire) during his training before being awarded his CCT in 2013.
Doctor of Medicine
University of Leicester
Dr Steadman spent two years as a British Heart Foundation Clinical Research Fellow and six months funded by the National Institute for Health Research investigating the cause of symptoms and exercise intolerance in aortic valve disease using cutting edge cardiovascular imaging techniques.
This resulted in many scientific abstracts and peer reviewed publications and the resulting thesis was awarded an MD.
Dr Steadman has been endorsed by his colleagues both locally and nationally and as a result has been offered fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians of London, a mark of excellence for physicians.
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians