(970) 476-1110 Vail, Eagle
(970) 668-6402 Frisco
Vail: 108 S. Frontage Rd West, Suite 306 (3rd Floor) | Vail, CO
Eagle: 377 Sylvan Lake Rd | Eagle, CO
Frisco: 323 West Main Street, Suite 101 | Frisco, CO
Vail Valley Medical Center's Cardiology Institute specializes in heart and vascular health, providing comprehensive diagnostic testing and medical management of coronary disease, hypertension, lipid disorders, arrhythmia, valvular heart disease, cardiomyopathies and congestive heart failure. Additional services include pacemaker implantation, pre-operative evaluation and anticoagulation services, as well as cardiac rehabilitation and comprehensive screening physicals for young athletes.
Dr. Jerry Greenberg is a board-certified cardiologist specializing in interventional cardiology. Dr. Greenberg has extensive experience in the use of intravascular ultrasound and other imaging equipment to identify heart conditions and ensure proper treatment. Among other notable honors during his impressive career, Dr. Greenberg has repeatedly been recognized by 5280 Magazine as a Top Doctor, most recently in 2013.
Dr. Nelson Prager is a board-certified cardiologist with over 30 years of medical experience. His interests include cardiac electrophysiology, heart rhythm disturbances and coronary artery disease, and he has conducted research and published in both areas. Dr. Prager practiced at Aurora Denver Cardiology Associates for 10 years and has partnered with Dr. Greenberg for 20 years.
Kelly Fralick is a certified acute care nurse practitioner, specializing in cardiology and anticoagulation. She is also seeing patients in Eagle on Wednesday mornings.
- Dr. Jerry Greenberg
- Dr. Nelson Prager
CHOOSE THE RIGHT SERVICE FOR YOUR NEEDS
- Anticoagulation Clinic: treatments using warfarin (Coumadin®), heparin and low molecular weight heparin
- Cardiac Diagnostics: extensive cardiac diagnostic testing
- Cardiac Rehabilitation Center: cardiac rehabilitation after a significant "heart event," heart health maintenance, prevention of further heart disease
VVMC's patients range from healthy adults seeking preventative cardiac care to those with significant cardiac illnesses. Our board certified cardiologists treat cardiac disease with a comprehensive approach that begins with diagnostics and assessments and can include treatments such as blood thinners, electrophysiology (which includes the advanced care for arrhythmias and the use of pacemakers and defibrillators) and/or rehabilitative measures.
While no referral is necessary to book a cardiology appointment, patients are encouraged to contact their insurance company to determine whether a referral is required for optimal insurance coverage. Call (970) 476-1110 for information or to schedule an appointment.
The Cardiology Institute is a service of Vail Valley Medical Center.