Deborah E. Meyers, MD

  • Cardiology

Deborah E. Meyers MD


  • Cardiology,

Primary Office:

230 San Jose Street
Salinas, CA 93901
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(831) 758-2100


(831) 758-1565

Accepting new patients.
Dr. Deborah Meyers’ path into the medical field began with fine art and photography where she applied her initial studies to healthcare communications. In the course of that work, she developed a keen interest in healthcare delivery systems and challenges faced by patients with chronic and complex health conditions. She brings that creative problem solving, patient-centered care and a wealth of experience to her role as director of the new Cardiac Heart Failure Clinic at Salinas Valley Memorial. She launched the Queensland Mechanical Circulatory Support program and directed the Queensland “Hospital to Home” Program in Brisbane Australia before she and her family moved to Houston, Texas. Most recently, she was Medical Director of Heart Failure Programs at Texas Heart Institute and Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center. She is board certified in Cardiology and in Heart Failure & Transplantation by the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Cardiology. She is also a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. Dr. Meyers has two sons, one in college studying theatre and the other starting his career as a chemical engineer. In her leisure time, she enjoys gardening, spending time with friends, working out and keeping fit, and being outdoors in the beautiful central coast environment.
  • Education

    MD, University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine
    Residency/Internship, internship through junior year of residency at University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine
    completed residency at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Washington University, St. Louis, MO
    Cardiology fellowship, Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Washington University, St. Louis, MO
    Heart Failure & Transplant fellowship, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

  • Areas of Interest

    • Chronic disease management
    • Heart failure
    • Heart transplant
    • Medical decision-making
    • Patient-centered practice models
    • Physical activity and chronic cardiac disease
    • Relationship of exercise and sleep disordered breathing in heart failure patients
    • Role of palliative services in heart failure
    • System of care delivery models

  • Secondary Office

    Accepting New Patients

  • About the Physician

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