Compassionate and Personalised Care

Cardiologists, Sonographers and Technologists

0474 771 927​​  FAX: 8677 3335








Stress Echocardiography

(Treadmill Stress Echo)


24 Hour

Holter Monitor


28 Hart Street


Port Fairy

30 Villers Street



14 Hospital Road


0474 771 927​​  FAX: 8677 3335

Make an Appointment

If you’d like to make an appointment, please call at our contact details above.  Alternatively, please fill in the form below and we will call you back, or complete a referal and fax it back.


Welcome to Our Practice

Being faced with a heart condition can be a very emotional and stressful time for both you and your entire family. At Otway Heart we strive to provide compassionate and personalised care in investigating various aspects of the heart function from chronic arrhythmias to heart attack.  Our goal is to improve the quality of life for all our patients and ensure that you are well informed of the Cardiology care available.  We have an experienced team of Cardiologists, Sonographers and Technologists who are dedicated to the prevention, management  and reduction of the risk of cardiovascular disease.  We derive great professional and personal satisfaction in exceeding the expectations of our patients and referring Doctors.  Our passion for our work comes from our heart.


Jayne Graves

Director / Cardiac Sonographer
B.Sc. (Hons).DMU (Cardiac), ASAR

Dr Alex Adel


Dr Rachael Lloyd


Isabel Wilkinson

Office Manager and Cardiac Assistant

Frequently Asked Questions


What is an Echocardiogram (Echo)?

An Echo is an Ultrasound of the heart used to assess the function of the heart muscle, valvular function and blood flow within the heart. Images are acquired by placing an ultrasound transducer over the chest wall.

What is a Stress Echocardiogram (Stress Echo)?

A full ECG is recorded during the test. Echo images are taken of the heart while you are in a resting, supine position and also immediately after exercise on a treadmill. This test is done primarily to determine if there is any significant coronary artery disease or heart rhythm abnormalities.

What is an Electrocardiogram (ECG)?

12 electrodes are placed on the chest to record the heart’s electrical rhythm.

What is a 24 hour holter ECG?

5 ECG leads are worn by the patient for 24 hours during which the heart’s electrical rhythm is recorded.  This is to assess for palpitations or heart rhythm abnormalities.