The American Health Council recently named Brian Arcement, MD, FASCAI as “Best in Medicine” for his outstanding contributions to the medical field. An interventional cardiologist at Lee Health in Fort Meyers, Fla., Dr. Arcement treats an array of patients and ensures that each one receives high-quality treatment. While he has held his current role for seven years, he has spent the last 24 years in the healthcare industry expanding his skills and knowledge in cardiology, cardiovascular disease, stenting, patient care and internal medicine.
Holding an evolving love for the sciences, Dr. Arcement decided to pursue a career in the medical field to further explore the relationship between sciences and the medical world. After earning a medical degree from the University of South Alabama College of Medicine, he completed a cardiology residency at the University of South Alabama Medical Center. He later completed a cardiology fellowship at the University of Florida Health Science Center in Jacksonville, Fla., and a second interventional cardiology fellowship at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tenn. Dr. Arcement is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology.
At Lee Health, Dr. Arcement treats patients suffering from cardiovascular diseases and conditions. He works only with the adult population, and delivers excellent patient care daily. Among his many accomplishments, Dr. Arcement is proud to be a partner in Human Performance Longevity Center, A Hormone Replacement and Wellness Center in Fort Meyers. In addition to being a leading interventional cardiologist, he is also a weight loss doctor at Nuviva Medical Weight Loss Clinic of Fort Meyers, a clinic he — along with two other medical experts — created in 2009. Since the company’s inception, Dr. Arcement has served as the medical director for both the Fort Meyers Nuviva clinic and the Nuviva Medical Weight Loss Corporation.
Dr. Arcement belongs to the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions and donates funds to the Wounded Veterans Foundation. With a successful career at hand, he attributes his achievements to his work ethic, his skills and his ability to learn new techniques and successfully apply them to improve his patients’ health. He is very proud of his academic education and ability to positively impact many lives. He plans to continue to succeed in his current role, and above all, is eager to continue to deliver excellent care.
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Interventional Cardiologist at Lee Health
- Lee Health consists of four acute care hospitals: Lee Memorial Hospital, HealthPark Medical Center, Gulf Coast Medical Center and Cape Coral Hospital, and two specialty hospitals: Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida and The Rehabilitation Hospital.
- Supported by more than 13,000 dedicated employees and 4,500 volunteers, Lee Health remains the bedrock of our community by offering acute care, emergency care, rehabilitative and diagnostic services, health and wellness education, community outreach and advocacy programs throughout the five county region.
- In the nearly 100 years since opening its first hospital, its dedication to the community has been at the core of Lee Health’s mission, values and strategic planning principles
- Serves as the medical director for both the Nuviva Medical Weight Loss Clinic of Fort Meyers and the Nuviva Medical Weight Loss Corporation, a clinic he helped establish in 2009.