Gunnison Valley Health provides expert cardiac care for your heart health.
We partner with Montrose Memorial Hospital to bring a team of cardiology
specialists to service the Gunnison Valley. The board certified cardiologists
and board certified cardiovascular nurse practitioner / lipid specialist
are trained in finding, treating and preventing a wide range of heart
conditions, including, Coronary Artery Disease (CAD), Heart Rhythm Disorders
and Heart Failure.
Heart Disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Gunnison
Valley Health now offers coronary calcium scoring which is a heart attack
prevention test to help detect heart disease in its early stages. This
simple and effective test could save your life and is
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Cardiac Diagnostic Services
Cardiology Clinic at Gunnison Valley Health
The cardiology specialists service the Gunnison Valley every Monday and
are located at Gunnison Valley Health's Speciality Clinic located
at 711 N. Taylor Street, Gunnison.
How to Schedule an Appointment:
Once you have received your doctors order, you can schedule an appointment at
Gunnison Valley Health:
- Cardiologist or Cardiovascular NP/Clinical Lipid Specialist - call Montrose
Memorial Hospital Cardology Clinic at 970-252-1020.
- Cardiac diagnostic test - call Gunnison Valley Health's Cardiopulmonary
department at 970-641-7295.
Dr. Charles Wilkins
Dr. Charles Wilkins is a Cardiologist specializing in cardiovascular disease.
He graduated with honors from Tulane University School Of Medicine in
1977. Having more than 42 years of diverse experiences Dr. Charles Wilkins
affiliates with Montrose Memorial Hospital, cooperates with many other
doctors and specialists without joining any medical groups.
Dr. Judith Collins is has 20+ Years Experience as Cardiolovascular Nurse
Practitioner, 40+ Years Experience in Cardiovascular Nursing and is a
Clinical Lipid Specialist, Board Certified
Dr. Riley Foreman
Dr. Riley Foreman is an Interventional Cardiologist Specializing in Interventional
Peripheral Vascular Disease, Interventional Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
Disease, Pacemaker Implants and Cardiovascular Diseases. He received his
medical degree from Kansas City University College of Osteopathic Medicine
and has been in practice for more than 20 years.