Andrew M. Freeman, MD, FACC, FACP

Andrew M. Freeman
Associate Professor
Department of Medicine
Division of Cardiology
  • 5280 Top Doctors 2016
  • Recognized as a 5280 Top Doctor
  • America’s Top Doctors 2015 — Castle Connolly, Medical, Ltd.
  • Recognized in America’s Top Doctors — Castle Connolly, Inc.
  • Best Doctors in America® 2015 — Best Doctors, Inc.
  • Recognized in Best Doctors in America® — Best Doctors, Inc.
  • America’s Top Doctors 2016 — Castle Connolly Medical, Ltd.
  • Special Interests

    Nutrition and exercise as medicine.

    Research Interests

    Cardiovascular Outcomes; Treatment Quality; Cardiovascular Imaging

    Clinical Interests

    Dr. Freeman's clinician interests and expertise is in general cardiology, preventive cardiology, heart failure and cardiomyopathy, diastolic dysfunction (abnormal relaxation of the heart), chest pain and shortness of breath, heart problems caused by respiratory (lung) problems and high blood pressure (hypertension). He maintains certifications, performs clinical research, and is an expert in advanced cardiovascular imaging including echocardiography, nuclear and echo stress testing and cardiac CT. His clinical research interests include cardiac sarcoid; public health; exercise and health outcomes and cardiac nutrition.

    Dr. Freeman is part of the leadership of both the local and national American College of Cardiology, and runs the regional Walk with a Doc program.


    SUNY at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Science, MD with Research Honors
    Cornell University, BA, Summa Cum Laude
    Brown University, Rhode Island Hospital, Internal Medicine
    Temple University, Cardiology

    Awards & Recognition

    Chair of the National American College of Cardiology FIT Committee
    Young Professionals  Section Chair, American College of Cardiology
    Chair of Community Events and Outreach, American College of Cardiology
    Steering Committee, Patient-Centered Care, American College of Cardiology
    Whitepaper Writing Group, Patient-Centered Care, American College of Cardiology
    Chair of Young Professionals, Colorado Chapter of the American College of Cardiology
    Organizer of Walk With a Doc, Denver

    Board Certification

    Cardiovascular Disease
    Internal Medicine
    Nuclear Cardiology
    Cardiovascular Computed Tomography
    Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Certified

    Professional Memberships

    Fellow, American College of Cardiology
    Fellow, American College of Physicians
    American Heart Association
    American Society of Nuclear Cardiology
    American Society of Echocardiography

    Hospital Affiliations

    • Rose Medical Center
    • St. Joseph Hospital - Denver
    • Swedish Medical Center

    Academic Affiliations

    Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Colorado Denver

    Website Information

    Walk With a Doc

    Conflicts of Interest

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    Contact Information

    • Office: 877.225.5654



    • National Jewish Health Main Campus
      1400 Jackson St.
      Denver, CO 80206

    • Saint Joseph Hospital
      1835 Franklin Street Denver, CO 80218

    Patient Ratings

    The Patient Rating score is an average of all responses to care provider related questions on our independent rating system, the Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey.

    Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the best score. Learn more about our patient satisfaction survey.


    Recommended to others

    Explanation of problem/condition

    Shows concerns for your questions

    Includes you in decisions

    Spoke using clear language

    Amount of time spent with you

    Confidence in your doctor


    Comments are collected in our Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Surveys. Patients are de-identified to protect confidentiality and patient privacy. Learn more about our patient satisfaction survey.

    National Jewish Health PatientJune, 2016

    National Jewish Health PatientMay, 2016
    I love the care I have received at National Jewish which is why I drive to see your providers.

    National Jewish Health PatientMay, 2016

    National Jewish Health PatientMay, 2016
    Very interesting and informative, very confident with the provider and the staff

    National Jewish Health PatientMay, 2016
    Dr. Freeman is a very nice and friendly person. He seems quite knowledgable i.e. current on latest research, but it feels like he treats based on what can be measured. In my case this is hypertension and high cholesterol even though the purpose for my seeking cardiology care is persistent low grade tachycardia. One treatment approach prescribed was daily exercise to the point of not carrying on a conversation for 30 minutes.

    National Jewish Health PatientMay, 2016
    This care provider is a very competent individual. He may have too many irons in the fire and can get distracted. When I have a serious problem, he pays much closer attention and gets information and seeks effective solutions quickly.

    National Jewish Health PatientMarch, 2016
    He is very thorough and understanding good experience.

    National Jewish Health PatientFebruary, 2016
    The provider was professional, knowledgeable and quite clear in responding to my questions and bringing new information to my attention. I found the care provided quite good and attentive to my health issues.

    National Jewish Health PatientJanuary, 2016
    Seems to minimize my concerns.