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2021 Heart & Vascular Annual Report

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Trey Moore, MD

Trey Moore, MD

Originally from New Albany, Indiana, Dr. Moore earned his undergraduate degree in Physics at Indiana University, where he also completed a Doctor of Medicine and a residency in Internal Medicine. He went on to train at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, completing fellowships in Cardiovascular Disease and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology. Dr. Moore returned to his home state of Indiana and built a successful data-driven electrophysiology program, focusing on innovative care for patients with atrial fibrillation. He relocated to Grand Junction in 2019, bringing a wealth of experience and his style of patient-centered care to the Western Slope. Dr. Moore’s clinical interests include arrhythmia management, cardiac ablation, left atrial appendage closure, cardiac rhythm management devices and hybrid atrial fibrillation ablation.

“I am passionate about helping patients understand their issues and options. I will help you to understand your cardiac rhythm issues and weigh options for treatment.”

Married to his college sweetheart for more than 20 years, Dr. Moore has two children, two dogs and two cats. His hobbies include camping, hiking, skiing and paddleboarding on lakes and rivers.

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Carl Rouch, MD

Carl Rouch, MD

Dr. Rouch was born in a small community in Iowa before his family moved to Northern Indiana. He spent most of his early years outdoors exploring nature. He gained a true appreciation for science and the natural world.

He attended Manchester University, in Indiana. While there he participated in a medical practicum in rural Costa Rica during a January term and found his passion for helping people and medicine. This life-changing experience set him on the path to medical school.

After college, Dr. Rouch attended Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis. This was followed by an Internal Medicine residency, a General Cardiology Fellowship and an Interventional Cardiology Fellowship at Indiana University.

After his fellowship, Dr. Rouch and his wife moved to Nashville, Tennessee to give her the opportunity to complete her Hematology-Oncology Fellowship at Vanderbilt University. While in Nashville, he practiced Interventional Cardiology. After her fellowship was complete, they moved their young son and daughter to Indianapolis, Indiana to practice medicine in each of their respective areas of interest.

Dr. Rouch and his family look forward to exploring the outdoors in Colorado with hiking, skiing, cycling, camping and many other activities.

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2021 Heart & Vascular Annual Report for SCL Health, now Intermountain Healthcare.

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