Marc Moreau, MD
Marc Moreau, a native of Belgium, received his undergraduate degree in Electronics from the State Institute of Technology in Libramont, Belgium. Graduating with honors, he received his Medical Degree from the University Libre de Bruxelles Medical School in Brussels, Belgium. Upon completion of his Medical Degree, Dr. Moreau was a Family Practice Physician in Belgium. He later completed his Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine at Saint Mary's Hospital in Waterbury, Connecticut and his Cardiology Fellowship was completed at Saint Raphael's Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut.
During his Internal Medicine Residency, Dr. Moreau was involved in cardiac cell research at the University of Connecticut. This research, which lead to publication, focused on the effects of adrenergic receptor over-stimulation and the intracellular behavior. This has a direct implication on a cardiac disease called Cardiomyopathy (weakness of the heart). At the time of his Cardiology Fellowship, he provided coverage for a private cardiology group at Saint Mary's Hospital in New Haven and was an Emergency Room Physician at Saint Mary's Hospital in Waterbury, Connecticut.
Dr. Moreau practices Interventional Cardiology and peripheral vascular intervention and stent placements at Amarillo Heart Group. He is the Director of the Cardiac Cath Lab and Cardiovascular CTA at Amarillo Heart Group. He is a member of the Texas Medical Association, American Medical Association, and the Potter-Randall County Medical Society.
Special skills include: Cardiac and Peripheral [Catheterization; Balloon Angioplasty; Stent Placement; Intra-Arterial Radiation; Intravascular Ultrasound; and use of the Angiojet to remove clot.] Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump; Swan Ganz Catheter; Temporary Pacemaker Implantation; Directional Coronary Atherectomy; Exercise Stress Testing; Echocardiography (Cardiac Ultrasound); Transesophageal Echocardiography; Nuclear Medicine; Diagnoses of Peripheral Vascular Disease including the screening and evaluation of stroke and also the treatment of blockages located in the arteries outside of the heart. Bilingual-English/French.