Isaac Meier, MD
Education:University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City
Internship:Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education, Rochester, Minnesota, Internal Medicine
Residency:University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, Cardiovascular Disease
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, Interventional Cardiology
Certification:American Board of Internal Medicine
Subspecialty Certification: Cardiovascular Disease
Subspecialty Certification: Nuclear Cardiology
Subspecialty Certification: Echocardiography
Biography:I try to relate to my patients in way that allows us to build a mutual trust, and to provide the best quality of care I can.
It's important to me to understand exactly what my patients are seeking in their care, and to honor that.
One of the things I love about cardiology is being able to follow patients through the continuum of care, to not only see them in the hospital but to see them in the office, and continue that care. Whether it's helping them make small changes that help them achieve their health goals, or doing a procedure for a very ill patient and seeing them walk right out the door not long after their procedure. These are the things that make cardiology such a rewarding specialty.