Community Lectures regarding Heart Failure, Donations, Tennis, Church, Horses, Camping, Yosemite, Travel
Dr. Lance Reinherz complements his clinical expertise in the field of cardiology with various teaching positions and research experience. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Dr. Lance Reinherz delivered lectures regarding medical transcriptionists and advanced cardiac life support (ACLS). More recently, he has lectured on behalf of Temecula Valley Cardiology’s Heart Failure Awareness Week each year since 2005. He also regularly partakes in the Southwest Healthcare System Public Lectures circuit. Most recently in terms of his research experience, Dr. Reinherz served as a Rate Registry Investigator between 2007 and 2009. During this time, he also held the title of Principle Investigator with IMPROVE HF, a study dedicated to improving methods of care for patients with chronic heart failure. In his early medical career, he worked as a research assistant, and later, as a research technician. Throughout his education and professional career, Dr. Lance Reinherz has been recognized for his contributions to the medical community with several honors and awards. During his time as a research technician with the oncology department of Baxter Healthcare, Dr. Reinherz earned the Excellence in Research Award. The recipient of the Resident of the Year Award while serving his residency at New York Medical College, he earned the prestigious Peter-Cyrus Rizzo Research Award in 2003. The following year, the Academy of Medicine of Richmond awarded first prize to Dr. Reinherz for his research paper. Today, Dr. Lance Reinherz works at Temecula Valley Cardiology as a cardiologist, where he provides patient care and consultation services. His areas of expertise include cardiac catheterization, heart failure management, and echocardiography. At Temecula Valley Cardiology, Dr. Lance Reinherz also holds the title of Medical Director of the blood lab and of the ICAEL-accredited echocardiography lab.