Bernard Gojer, MD, a fellow of the American College of Cardiology, has practiced in North Texas since 1996. Previously a member of the "Cardiac and Vascular Center of North Texas" (C.V.C.N.T.), and part of "Cardiovascular Specialty Associates of North Texas," he recently moved his practice to Tyler, Texas, where he now works at "East Texas Medical Center" and "Trinity Mother Frances Hospital." Bernard Gojer, MD, is a practicing physician at "Sigal Heart Center" in Tyler, Texas. Bernard Gojer, MD, is an expert in Adult Cardiology, and he has specialty training in Interventional Cardiology (balloon angioplasty) and performs all manner of complex cardiovascular procedures including coronary angioplasty (heart vessels) and peripheral angioplasty (vessels of the legs and internal organs). Dr. Gojer is also specially trained in Nuclear Cardiology, and he trained at University of Chicago Pritsker School of Medicine. He is board certified in Nuclear Cardiology, and helped establish the Nuclear Cardiology Program at the C.V.C.N.T. He also has specialty training in Cardiovascular Computed Tomography and helped establish the cardiovascular CT program at C.V.C.N.T. as well. Dr. Gojer has special interests in preventive Cardiology and the use of Cardiovascular CT to diagnose early stages of heart disease. Dr. Gojer has four publications in medical peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Gojer is a member of the American College of Cardiology, the American Medical Society, the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology, and the Society of Cardiovascular CT.