Cardiologist in Austin
At Austin Cardiac Clinic, the offices of Dr. Eric Tiblier, we are committed to excellence in cardiovascular care. Our goal as a practice is to provide our patients with exemplary healthcare, in an environment of trust and respect. Dr. Tiblier focuses on preventing cardiovascular disease in his patients, but he is equally committed to caring for patients with existing cardiovascular diseases. In addition, we offer same-day and same-week appointments for new and existing patients because we believe that our patients should be able to receive cardiovascular care, treatment, and evaluation in a timely manner. Dr. Tiblier and his staff share a common goal: to strive for excellence in cardiology in a caring, friendly, and professional manner.
In our offices, Dr. Tiblier offers cardiac evaluations, consultations, and follow-up care. We also offer cardiovascular testing including stress testing, nuclear medicine, echocardiography, ankle-brachial index, and holters monitors, as well as laser venous ablations. In the hospital, Dr. Tiblier also performs diagnostic heart catheterizations, therapeutic cardiac interventions, and pacemaker implantations for his patients. Dr. Tiblier maintains active privileges at the Heart Hospital of Austin, The Hospital at Westlake, St. David's Main, St. David's North Austin Medical Center, and Lakeway Regional Medical Center.
Dr. Tiblier is a highly trained heart doctor in Austin. He is NCQA recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance for stroke and heart-attack prevention.
The mission of the Austin Cardiac Clinic: To provide excellent, state-of-the art cardiovascular care for the treatment and prevention of heart disease, in a friendly and inviting environment.
The Austin Cardiac Clinic's specialty: Providing excellent cardiovascular care which is targeted to the individual patient.
How well we treat our patients: At our cardiac clinic, we place the highest value on our relationships with our patients and their families. When patients call our office, they reach a live person, not an automated voice answering service. This is because we want to be a part of each patient's medical family, and treat our patients accordingly.