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John Prevedel MD (Cardiology)



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Aurora Denver Cardiology Associates
1444 South Potomac Street, Ste 300
Aurora, CO 80012


Creighton University School of Medicine
Graduate Degree - 1981


Henry Ford Hospital
Internship - 1982


Creighton University Affiliated Hospitals
Residency - 1986


Creighton University Medical Center
Fellowship - 1988


As an interventional cardiologist, he is able to perform cardiac catheterization, angioplasty, intracoronary stent placement and rotational and directional coronary atherectomy. He is able to diagnose and treat many of the conditions with state-of-the-art technology at the ADCA practice in Metropolitan Denver.


Dr. Prevedel is board certified in Internal Medicine, Interventional Cardiology and Cardiovascular Disease. A few of the procedures and services he performs are stress testing, echocardiography, stress echocardiography and cardiac catheterization.

Dr. Prevedel sees patients for their cardiology needs the first Wednesday of each month at the Specialty Clinic located at Kit Carson County Memorial Hospital.

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John Prevedel, MD, FACC enjoys exploring and discussing all the options available for treating heart conditions with his patients. Dr. Prevedel has also traveled to South America to provide care to people in underserved areas lacking medical care. Local and worldwide, patients and physicians benefit from his dedication to treating heart patients and teaching skills to professionals.

Dr. Prevedel was raised in Denver and spent almost a decade in the Midwest for undergraduate and medical education. He spent one year working in Georgetown, Georgia as a physician and teacher, and he also volunteered for the Institute for Latin American Concern working in the Dominican Republic. In his spare time, he enjoys exercising, skiing, hiking and camping. Dr. Prevedel has four children, who are now young adults.