Meet Our Providers //

About Dr. Lee Goldberg, MD //

Dr. Goldberg’s interest in cardiology began in his childhood. At a young age, his father had a heart attack and this was the deciding factor in Dr. Goldberg’s commitment to become a physician. ​

Because of this personal connection to heart disease, Dr. Goldberg understands the importance of having a close relationship between a physician, patient, and their family.

Dr. Goldberg and his wife, Wendy, have lived in Tucson since 2002. Wendy leads the office as the Practice Manager. You may often find Dr. Goldberg on the tennis court as he enjoys playing tennis regularly. In addition, Dr. Goldberg and Wendy enjoy the beautiful Arizona climate. Dr. Goldberg also enjoys spending his time with his two daughters, Maisy and Ruby.  

Lee Goldberg Cardiology Tucson

University of Georgia, 1992:  B.S. Microbiology 

Medical College of Georgia, 1996: MD

University of Arizona 1996- 1999:  Internal Medicine Residency, University Medical Center

University of North Carolina

1999 – 2002: Fellowship in Cardiology  


2002 – 2003: Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology, specializing in coronary angioplasty and peripheral vascularprocedures

About Dr. Richard A Cohn, MD  //

Dr. Richard Cohn was born in Kansas City, MO and was one of five siblings. Dr. Cohn moved to Tucson after completing his Cardiology Fellowship in 1981, where he has remained in private practice.

When Dr. Cohn isn't practicing, he enjoys living a very healthy and active lifestyle by playing tennis and hiking.

Dr. Richard A Cohn MD

University of Missouri at Columbia

1972 Bachelor of Arts, Graduated as Co-Valedictorian

1976 M.D., Graduated Cum Laude

University of Arizona

1976-1979 Internship & Internal Medicine Residency

St. Louis University

1979-1981 Cardiology Fellowship

Honorary Societies:

Phi Beta Kappa

Alpha Omega Alpha

Former Chairman of Division of Cardiology at St. Joseph Hospital

About Dr. Stanley Goldberg, MD  //

Stanley Goldberg MD is a cardiologist who has a parallel specialty in Preventative Cardiology (now called Lipidology). The purpose of Lipidology is to prevent or substantially reduce the probability of heart attacks, strokes and peripheral vascular disease. Many of these problems result from genetic issues which can be diagnosed with special testing.. Preventative Cardiology is considered to have began with the FDA release of the first statin medication in 1987, but Dr. Goldberg preceded that initiation of this special area of practice by a number of years.  Dr Goldberg has published more than 200 research studies in Cardiology and Lipidology in first line peer reviewed medial journals, 5 books, many chapters and many medical presentations.  Dr Goldberg limits his practice to evaluating, testing and treating adults and children with lipid conditions. 

Dr. Stanley Goldberg Tucson

BA and MD Indiana University


Internship: Los Angeles County Hospital (internal medicine and Pediatrics)


Residency: Western Reserve University Cleveland Pediatrics and Cardiology.


Fellowship: UCLA Congenital Heart Disease.


Fellowship: Cardiac Pathology National Heart and Lung Hospital London.

Honorary Societies

Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha (Scholastic)

American Heart Association

American College of Cardiology

American Society Echocardiography

National Lipid Association


Founders Award from American Society Echocardiography for initial development of Doppler Echocardiography

Certifications: American Board of Pediatrics, American Board Congenital Cardiology, American Board Clinical Lipidology., Certification in Cardiac Pathology United Kingdom. 

About Joseph DeBoe, DNP //

Born in Dearborn, Michigan and a graduate of Ohio University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), he obtained his Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree right here in Tucson at the University of Arizona. Joe is board certified in Clinical Lipidology by the Accreditation Council for Clinical Lipidology (ACCL). He specializes in diagnosing and treating advanced lipid disorders.

During his doctoral studies, Joe performed his research on heart failure transitions of care. His private practice based transitional care model for heart failure is a unique one of a kind model for reducing hospital readmissions due to heart failure. 

Joe lives in Tucson with his wife and son.  In his spare time, Joe enjoys spending time with his family, mountain biking, traveling, and cooking along with playing golf.

Joseph DeBoe, DNP

Henry Ford College, Associate of Applied Science in Nursing (AAS), 2010

Ohio University, Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), 2012

University of Arizona, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), 2017

University of South Alabama, Clinical Lipidology and Preventative Cardiology, 2018


American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Adult Gerontological Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (ACNPC-AG)

American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN)

Diplomate, Accreditation Council for Clinical Lipidology (ACCL) - Clinical Lipid Specialist

About Jennifer Ward, DNP //

Jennifer is a Tucson native. She spent her nursing career in the intensive care unit and developed a passion for cardiology. Jennifer completed her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree with an emphasis in Adult-Gerontology and Acute Care at the University of Arizona. She completed her doctoral work studying the impact of transitional care on reducing hospital readmissions for people with heart failure. Jennifer is dedicated to treating patients in a way that allows them to live life to their fullest potential.  

Jennifer lives with her husband and two daughters, with a little boy expected in September 2021. In her spare-time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, hiking, and traveling.  

Jennifer Ward, DNP Tucson

University of Arizona, Bachelor of Science in Physiology, 2010 


Northern Arizona University, Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), 2013 


University of Arizona, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), 2020