Nicole Weinberg, MD, facc

Medical School: Drexel University

Medical Residency: Thomas Jefferson

School of Medicine

Cardiology Fellowship: Harbor-UCLA

Joined Pacific Heart in 2008.

Dr. Nicole Weinberg grew up on the East coast in New Jersey. She attended Emory University in Atlanta where she graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Honors Biology. She received her medical degree from MCP Hahnemann University School of Medicine, now a part of Drexel University, and completed her residency at Thomas Jefferson School of Medicine -- both in Philadelphia. She moved to the West Coast for her cardiology fellowship at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center.
 
Dr. Weinberg has published extensively in subjects ranging from imaging modalities to evaluation of cardiac disease.  She has lectured locally on Preventative Heart Disease and Women's Heart Disease and is also part of the Women's Health Initiative at St. John's Hospital. Dr. Weinberg is board certified in Echocardiography and Nuclear Cardiology.
 
Through the Women’s Heart Center at the Pacific Heart Institute, she has been a co-director of the annual Women’s Heart Symposium which focuses on current cardiovascular topics. She helped found the Have A Heart, Save A Heart Charity in the hopes of increasing awareness and prevention to the community and beyond.
 
When not working, she enjoys spending much needed quality time with her husband and three children.  Although she misses her family in New Jersey, she loves the excuse to travel home for a visit.