About Elise Reinhard
Dr. Elise Reinhard comes to Boulder Medical Center from Tucson, Arizona, where she was assistant professor of medicine at the University of Arizona Health Network/Banner University Medical Center.
As a geriatrician, Dr. Reinhard enjoys helping to manage the care of patients with complex medical problems, as well as those who are healthy and active and want to guidance on how to stay this way.
“Geriatrics allows me to support my patients as they age well and advise them when they need help," says Dr. Reinhard. "I enjoy the relationships I get to build with people over time."
In the interest of guiding her patients to making their best health decisions, Dr. Reinhard stays well-informed in the constantly evolving medical field. “Medical guidelines are always changing and new information is being discovering all the time,” she explains.
As a geriatrician, Dr. Elise Reinhard is trained to evaluate and manage the unique healthcare needs and treatment preferences of older adults.
Her care philosophy is based on “less is more,” an approach that is particularly important in the field of geriatrics, she says. “I often see patients who have accumulated medications and specialists over the years and work with them to figure out what is truly preventative measures such as eating well, staying active, and keeping up with age and health appropriate medical screening. I also focus on preventative measures such as eating well, staying active, and keeping up with age and health appropriate medical screening.”
Dr. Reinhard treats patients ages 65 and over in practices. Her services include:
• Medicare annual wellness exams
• Annual physical exams
• Evaluation and management of memory impairment
• Diagnosis and management of Alzheimer's disease
• Evaluation and counseling for driver safety
• Fall risk assessment
• Joint injections
Education and Certifications
Fellowship — University of Arizona
Residency — University of Arizona
Medical School — Drexel University College of Medicine
Board certified in Internal Medicine and Geriatrics
Recent Elise Reinhard Posts
“Patients have told me they consider these feelings a normal part of aging that can’t be changed. The good news is that things can be done to help.” ~ Elise Reinhard, M.D.