Vascular Surgeon Joins Vascular Institute at Oklahoma Heart Hospital
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma Heart Hospital Physicians (OHHP) announced the appointment of vascular surgeon Dr. Kousta I. Foteh to the OHHP office located at the Oklahoma Heart Hospital. Oklahoma Heart Hospital Physicians is the largest group of cardiovascular specialists in Oklahoma and one of the largest in the nation dedicated to diagnosing and treating diseases of the heart, pulmonary and vascular systems.
Dr. Foteh will joins Dr. Jim Melton and Dr. Lenny Stubbs as part of the Vascular Institute at Oklahoma Heart Hospital. The Vascular Institute is the most comprehensive vascular medicine program in Oklahoma and one of the most active vascular surgery specialty groups in this region of the country.
“Dr. Foteh is an outstanding surgeon and brings a similarly outstanding background to our cardiovascular group of physicians. With his deep knowledge and experience in vascular surgery, Foteh is an asset not only to our staff but to our patients as well. We are constantly redefining the perimeters of care we offer at Oklahoma Heart Hospital and physicians such as Dr. Foteh play a vital role in that effort,” said Dr. John Harvey, CEO and president of Oklahoma Heart Hospital.
Dr. Foteh earned his medical degree from the University of Texas at Houston Medical School in Houston, Texas, and completed his residency at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. His fellowship work in vascular surgery was completed at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock, Ark. He is board certified in surgery, cardiac life support and trauma life support.
In July 2010, Oklahoma Cardiovascular Associates became OHH Physicians, growing to one of the largest cardiovascular specialty physician groups in the nation. Oklahoma Heart Hospital Physicians has 55 physicians working in 40 clinics throughout Oklahoma including Oklahoma Heart Hospital and Oklahoma Heart Hospital South Campus. OHH Physicians specialize in cardiology, cardiovascular surgery, electrophysiology, vascular medicine and pulmonology.
Thu, January 6, 2011
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