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Interventional Cardiology, Peripheral Artery Disease, Limb Salvage. Amputation Prevention, Venous Disease, Catheter-based therapies for Deep Venous Thrombosis, Catheter-based therapies for Pulmonary Embolism, Catheter-based therapies for Pulmonary Embolism.
- Case Western Reserve University, University Hospitals – Interventional Cardiology Fellowship
- Case Western Reserve University, University Hospitals – Cardiovascular Fellowship
- Rush University Medical Center – Residency
- Rush University Medical Center – Internship
- Ain Shams University – Medical School
- American Board of Internal Medicine – Cardiovascular Medicine
- American Board of Internal Medicine – Interventional Cardiology
- Florida State Medical Board
- Georgia State Medical Board
Osama Ibrahim, MD, FACC brings vast experience and procedural skills to Northeast Florida; he is a regional and national pioneer in the area of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) and Limb Salvage/Amputation prevention. He chairs and co-chairs several national and international conferences in this arena. As an avid patient advocate, Dr. Ibrahim’s advocacy effort ultimately led to the formation of a Congressional PAD Caucus under the sponsorship of Congressman Donald Payne (D, NJ) and Congressman Gus Brilakis (R, FL).
Dr. Ibrahim trained at elite institutions in Chicago and Cleveland, where he was selected as Chief Resident and Chief Fellow for these respectful training programs. He has advanced training in the field of Interventional Cardiology and Peripheral Vascular Disease. He is a reviewer for several peer-reviewed publications and is a proctor for healthcare providers for advanced techniques in the space of PAD and Limb Salvage/Amputation Prevention. Dr. Ibrahim actively participates on several committees at The American College of Cardiology (ACC) and serves as a Physician Leader for New Cardiovascular Horizon (NCVH). He also serves as Chairman for NCVH Florida Chapter.