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Bryan S. Beck, MD

Facilities Southeast Heart and Vascular Clinic at MDMC, Southeast Cardiology, Southeast Heart and Vascular Clinic - Dexter
Groups Accepting First Option
Status Active
Undergraduate school University of Utah , 1994
BS
Medical school The George Washington School of Medicine, 1998
MD
Fellowship Penn State University, 2004
Residency University of Utah, 2001
Internal Medicine

Biography

For more than a decade, Dr. Beck has provided SoutheastHEALTH patients with outstanding cardiac care backed by expertise they can trust. He has an extensive background in cardiology, nuclear medicine and the treatment of heart failure. During off hours, Dr. Beck enjoys spending time with his wife and their five children, and staying fit by playing tennis, running or practicing karate. When he's not listening to heartbeats, he enjoys composing musical beats (and melodies)—he has a passion for classical, rock and contemporary piano composition.

Dr. Bryan Beck of Cardiovascular Consultants explains how the CardioMEMS™ device allows patients to monitor their heart failure from home.

Congestive heart failure results in more hospitalizations than all forms of cancer combined. Making simple lifestyle changes can often help relieve symptoms of heart failure. Dr. Bryan Beck of Cardiovascular Consultants explains how SoutheastHEALTH's heart failure clinic provides patients with the resources to better manage their condition.

Heart failure is a chronic condition that affects more than 5 million Americans. And it's one of the most common reasons for hospital admission among patients 65 and older. Dr. Bryan Beck of Cardiovascular Consultants explains how SoutheastHEALTH's heart failure clinic provides patients with the resources to better manage their condition.

SoutheastHEALTH Cardiologist Bryan Beck can provide his patients with a FDA-approved heart failure device that reduces the likelihood of repeated hospitalization and helps manage the disease process. Dr. Beck explains the CardioMEMs Heart Failure System and the amazing way it works.

Publications

  • Beck B, Timmel K, Reynolds J, Parker S, An Interpretation of Hominid Footprints found at Laetoli. Published in the proceedings of the Seventh Annual Conference of Undergraduate Research 1993. Conference held at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • Beck B, Sackier JM, Brody F, Laparoscopic Wedge Resection of Gastric Strama! Tumors. The George Washington University, Department of Surgery. Submitted for publication under Jonathan M. Sackier MD to the British Journal of Surgery 1997.
  • Identification of preoperative variables that could independently predict mortality risk of coronary bypass graft surgery, postoperative, at 30 days and 1 year. A retrospective data analysis of patients within the Intermountain Health Care System. LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah. Pursued under the sponsorship of Dr. Joseph Brent Muhlstein, MD, ACP.
  • Identification of anticoagulation complications, their frequency, and independent risk factors. A retrospective data analysis of patients within the Intermountain Health Care System. LDS Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah. Pursued under the sponsorship of Dr. Gregory Elliot, MD