News! Our office is moving to the first floor of Medical Building 1. As of March 3, 2014 our location will be:
90 Health Park Dr., Suite 190
Louisville, CO 80027
Welcome to Flatirons Heart and Vascular and the expert care of Dr. Juan Weksler, interventional cardiologist.
Dr. Juan Weksler, board certified interventional cardiologist, and Kim Riemer, acute care nurse practitioner, take a preventive, whole-person approach to heart care.
Dr. Weksler, Boulder County's only interventional cardiologist named to U.S. News & World Report's Top Doctors list, as board certified in interventional cardiology, cardiac disease and endovascular medicine. He uses the latest technology to treat advanced heart and vascular disease with minimally invasive techniques and specializes in endovascular medicine and intervention—treating blockages in arteries from within using high-tech techniques like stents, balloons, lasers and atherectomy. Dr. Weksler is also highly skilled in cardiac catheterization—among other specialized cardiac and vascular procedures.
Kimberly Riemer, NP, has more than a decade of cardiology experience which includes six years working as an intensive care nurse. She has special interest in patient education, heart rhythm management and prevention of cardiac disease.
At Flatirons Heart and Vascular, patients can be assured that their risk for progressive cardiac conditions will be addressed and treated with the latest techniques and technology.
Flatirons Heart and Vascular provides expertise, experience and personalized attention. Along with Avista Adventist Hospital, they're part of the Centura Heart Network, Colorado's leading provider of cardiovascular care.
Dr. Weksler has been recognized as a Castle Connolly Top Doctor in Interventional Cardiology. He has also been named as one of the nation's top doctors by U.S. News & World Report, which is based on peer referrals, and was recipient of a 2012 Peak Performer Award winner for cardiology - an award that recognizes clinical excellence among hospitalists, physician subspecialists, nurse practitioners and physician assistants.