Osama A. Ibrahim, MD, FACC
Approach To Care
Dr. Ibrahim aims to treat every customer as he would treat his own family members. Dr. Ibrahim is a regional and national leader in the field of advanced complex endovascular therapies designed for critical limb ischemia, limb salvage, and amputation prevention.
As a national and international speaker in the field of peripheral arterial disease, one of his focuses is creating awareness for the disease. Dr. Ibrahim’s other interests include complex coronary interventions, circulatory support devices, and stroke prevention by means of ASD/PFO closure and LAA closure.
- Medical Degree – Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt
- Fellowship, General Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology – Harrington Heart and Vascular Institute
- Chief Fellow – University Hospital Case Medical Center/Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland
- Internal Medicine Residency and Chief Residency – Rush University Medical Center
- Awarded an institutional NRSA grant, Transcriptional Regulation of Cardiac Myocyte and Fibroblasts – Case Western Reserve University
- Founder of the Twin Cities Vascular Forum
- Chairman of the Minnesota Chapter for New Cardiovascular Horizons
- Member of Board of American College of Cardiology, Minneapolis
Dr. Ibrahim enjoys traveling, biking and spending time with his family. He is also multilingual, speaking English, Arabic and French.
Dr. Ibrahim came to North Memorial Health from Cleveland where he was assistant professor of medicine at Case Western Reserve University. He remains active in the field of clinical research and is a proctor for other physicians training in the field of peripheral endovascular therapies.