Prof. Dr. med. Peter Martin Wenaweser

Specialist in
General Internal Medicine
English, Italian, French, German
I take great pride in being able to offer highly individualised and personal cardiological care. Close collaboration between various cardiology specialists enables the HGZ team to provide comprehensive diagnostics and treatment for all cardiological diseases. We also collaborate with heart surgeons, anaesthetists and angiologists to deliver treatment options for cardiovascular diseases.

Core competencies

General cardiology internal medicine and especially interventional cardiology (percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA, stent) structural invasive cardiology - transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI), MitraClip, pulmonary valve replacement - left atrial appendage occlusion, patent foramen ovale (PFO) and atrial septal defect (ASD) occlusions - alcohol septal ablation (hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy (HOCM)) - mitral valvuloplasty peripheral interventions (e.g. renal arteries, carotid artery)

Professional career


Honorary Professor of Cardiology, University of Bern


Acting Senior Consultant, Cardiology, Bern University Hospital


Associate Professorship for Invasive Cardiology, senior lecturer, University of Bern


Venia Docendi (adjunct lecturer) at the University of Bern and Head Physician for Interventional Cardiology


Research fellowship, Siegburg/Bonn Germany


Lectureship at the University of Bern


FMH title Internal Medicine

Schools, university & degrees and diplomas


Successfully completed medical studies at the University of Zurich


HerzGefässZentrum Zürich
F +41 44 209 29 38
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F +41 44 209 20 28

Memberships and partnerships

  • FMH Swiss Medical Association
  • Cantonal Medical Association, Bern, Zurich
  • Zurich Society of Cardiology
  • Swiss Society of Cardiology (SGK)
  • Swiss Working Group for Interventional Cardiology (President)
  • Fellow of the EAPCI (EAPCI)
  • Fellow of the ESC (European Society of Cardiology)

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Events & lectures