Dr. Blanchet was raised in Louisiana on his family's rice and cattle farm. He attended medical school at LSU and completed his Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Missouri. He began practice in Boulder in 1986 and opened his own private practice in 1998.
Dr. Blanchet is a well-known and respected member of the Colorado medical community. He served as the Director of the Boulder Valley IPA and Medical Director of Boulder Manor, and served on the professional advisory board at Professional Home Health Care. Currently, Bill is supportive of Tara School of Performing Arts and is the Owner/Medical Director of Front Range Preventive Imaging. He is a local keynote speaker and advocate of early detection and prevention of heart disease and colon cancer. Bill has appeared as a guest on Second Opinion, a PBS series out of Rochester, NY and can be seen in the NOVA documentary "Cuba's Cancer Hope".
He is passionate about providing effective management of cardiac health in his patients and combines a wonderful, kind approach with keen intellectual abilities. Dr. Blanchet's patients benefit from his willingness to take the time necessary to diagnose and treat complex medical conditions.
Donna and Bill have been married since 1981 and have three children. He is an enthusiastic gardener. His favorite pastime is fly fishing.
Christy is our lead technologist who came from Boulder Community Hospital imaging department in 2006. Christy has more experience in CT Heart Scans and Virtual Colonography than any other technologist in Colorado . This is highly important in assuring the quality and accuracy of each scanning procedure.
Shannon is our newest technologist. She comes to us with extensive background in all types of CT scans, both screening and diagnostic. Shannon and her family recently moved to Colorado from Tucson, Arizona. She is married to J.C. and they have two adorable daughters. Although she is a dog lover, for now, the family pets are two guinea pigs and a snake!
Cindy is our Sonographer who performs the screening and diagnostic ultrasounds. Again, the quality of the ultrasounds is critical in achieving the best and most accurate imaging to send to the radiologist for interpretation.