Our own Dr. Khaled Khalaf performed a procedure on a patient using the Inari Clotretriever. The Clotretriever is the latest technology for removing blood clots. The patient, who was post COVID, had developed a serious blood clot that was potentially life-threatening. Check out the story that was featured in the Houston Chronicle. We are proud to have Dr. Khalaf on our team!
Please join us for our first Kingwood Health Academy for 2022. Dr. Michael Daniel will discuss Valvular Heart Disease.
This event will take place Thursday 17th, 5:45 – 7:00 pm.
This event will be held at HCA Houston Healthcare Kingwood inside the Kingwood Room located at 22999 US Hwy 59 North, Kingwood, TX 77339.
You can sign up for the event by clicking on the link.
Dr. Kousta Foteh discusses the life changing benefits offered through a Transcarotid Artery Revascularization (TCAR).
Learn more about how having a Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR) performed by Dr. Khalid Khalaf allowed Vera May to see her 104th birthday.
Get a firsthand look at how innovative surgical methods performed by Dr. Khaled Khalaf saved one man’s life.
The Mended Heart Support Group is a national and community-based nonprofit organization that offers the gift of hope to heart disease patients, their families and caregivers.
While many may associate amputations with traumatic events such as war, the more common causes often stem from vascular disease exacerbated by diabetes, according to the nonprofit Amputee Coalition.
Less than a year after opening, the hybrid endovascular surgical suite at Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital has helped thousands of local residents and become a destination learning center for surgeons from across the country.
Kingwood Medical Center, an HCA Affiliated Hospital, celebrated Heart Month and supported the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women® national movement to help end heart disease and stroke in women by showing off their red threads on “National Wear Red Day.”
Kousta Foteh, M.D. gave Gearldine Robinson something that no other doctor was willing to give her – hope.
Marie Holt, a 79-year-old former Navy nurse from San Antonio is the first patient at the Kingwood Medical Center and in the Lake Houston area to have a specialized heart procedure using “the world’s smallest catheter-based heart pump,” the Impella Ventricular Assist Device (VAD).
On July 7, 2014, the crew on ambulance M94 for Harris County Emergency Corps (HCEC) arrived on a scene at 9:37 a.m. and treated the patient like they would any other call on any other day.
New catheter ablation procedure is now available to patients at Kingwood Medical Center
The physicians of Cardiovascular Association have donated proceeds from their heart screening program back to the Humble ISD Athletic Program.