Located right off Wilson Bridge Road, we at The Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center of Central Ohio are dedicated to helping patients maintain and treat their cardiovascular health. We provide a partnership between medical and dental health to best address any risk factors of heart attack or stroke.
Dr. Goulder, MD, has been a board-certified cardiologist for over thirty years. Throughout these years, he has paid close attention to the underlying cause of heart disease: inflammation. Since there is a link between inflammation and periodontal disease, we can work closely with your dentist to ensure your total health. Or, you can work directly with our dentist, Dr. Barbara McClatchie, DDS.
As a husband and wife team, Drs. Goulder and McClatchie are proud to lead the first and only medical center in the United States with an accredited cardiologist and dentist practicing the BaleDoneen method in one facility. To schedule an appointment or learn more about our services, call us at 614-360-9386 today.
Dr. Eric Goulder, MD
Dr. Eric Goulder is a board-certified cardiologist has been practicing cardiology for more than thirty years. Over this time, Dr. Goulder has practiced what is called “standard of care” cardiology. It is based on guidelines that are developed from medical research to obtain the best outcomes for large populations. While that is fine as far as it goes, he now feels that he wants to treat each patient based upon his/her particular situation and genetic make-up. We are all a little different, and while a cookbook recipe works well for large groups, it may not be right for you in particular; You are a group of one.
While Dr. Goulder has always enjoyed practicing invasive and clinical cardiology, he has always had a strong interest in preventive cardiology as well. I have been somewhat frustrated over his years of practice by knowing that there must be more to the story of what causes coronary artery disease beyond the classically described risk factors (hypertension, diabetes, cholesterol, smoking family history, sedentary lifestyle). There were always those patients with coronary disease who did not fit the mold of the classic risk factors. After having taken the Bale/Doneen Preceptorship, Dr. Goulder has now been exposed to a whole new arena of ways to slow the progression of coronary disease and even prevent its occurrence. It is this exciting new relationship between coronary disease and the many underlying inflammatory processes that is the key to stopping heart disease in its tracks. This is also where the Oral-Systemic approach, the relationship between dentists and medical physicians becomes so important.
Barbara L. McClatchie, D.D.S.
Dr. Barbara McClatchie is on a mission to enrich the quality of life for every person she meets. Her practice, Complete Heath Dentistry of Columbus, employs a team of professionals specializing in general restorative dentistry and uses researched-based methods that ensure optimal oral, mouth and heart health.
In 2011, Dr. McClatchie completed the Bale Doneen Preceptorship certification and continues mentored study today. In this program, she attends monthly scientific updates to learn the latest science to prevent cardiovascular disease from progressing and to actually reverse it, through practicing personalized dental medicine. She and her team offer saliva testing to identify the presence of five high risk bacteria that can increase chances of cardiovascular disease as well as to determine a person’s genetic risks. As an accredited provider of the Bale Doneen Method, she works in partnership with the Heart Attack Stroke Prevention Center of Central Ohio and supports other dentists to help patients prevent heart attacks and strokes. She is a founding member of American Academy of Oral Systemic Health, an organization bringing medical and dental professionals together as patient advocates for better patient outcomes.
I absolutely love working in dentistry and feel privileged to do what I’m passionate about in an office I respect so much. As a professional committed to personal growth and development, I really appreciate this office and its approach to incorporating new research into everyday practice. Currently, we are incorporating newly-advanced techniques and procedures relating to the effects of oral health on an individual’s overall health.
I love Dr. McClatchie’s commitment to professional growth and her emphasis on the oral-systemic health relationship. The reason she provides us continuing education is because she truly cares so much about the well-being of her patient.
I am the co-founder of an organization committed to patient experience. I started my organization, Dental Hygiene Excellence, as a way to provide a streamlined approach and quality control to improve the patient experience. My hope is that every dental patient will be treated with compassion and comfortable care.
At our office, we address the oral systemic health and nutrition of every patient. We spend time listening to our patients and creating relationships with them to earn their trust. We have extraordinarily skilled clinicians and office personnel who are highly trained to exceed expectations for an excellent dental experience.
Emerging research supports that there is a strong connection between oral health and overall health. With this information, our team of dental professionals is taking extra care and collaborating with medical teams to help patients live a long, healthy life. We see our patients often and can treat, reverse, and prevent oral diseases to promote overall health. We are in the perfect position to make a difference in the well-being of America, one mouth at a time!
Outside of the dental office, I manage and work as a dental coach in my dental coaching company, Dental Hygiene Excellence. I am also a representative of the Juice Plus company and promote whole food nutrition. My spare time is spent playing golf, practicing Pilates, vacationing with family, and watching my grandchildren’s sporting events.
I have worked in the Dental field for over 34 years. I love the one on one time with my patients and teaching them about the Oral-Systemic connection.
It is an honor to work in a practice that embraces the oral-systemic connection and is eager to learn about new research in dentistry and medicine.
Being able to provide the highest quality care to our patients is a dream come true.
Being a part of such a unique practice that seeks out cardiovascular wellness for all our patients is very exciting.
We love to travel, love watching our son play collegiate hockey, and becoming a new grandparent!
My husband and I love to cook. I enjoy cross-stitching and spending time with good friends!