Ibrahim Osman, MD, FACC, FSCAI

Cardiovascular Catheterization Laboratory Director at Mercy Medical Center

Dr. Osman is committed to excellence in providing high quality cardiovascular care, through personalized, compassionate, evidence-based, efficient patient centered care and the most comprehensive expertise available. His treatment strategy targets the disease as well as the predisposing risk factors. He hopes to learn from his patients as much as they learn from him.

Area of interests: Coronary, peripheral vascular disease, structural heart disease, percutaneous catheter based therapy for coronary, peripheral and valvular heart disease (TAVR, Mitaclip, Triclipand TMVR), congenital ASD/PFO and VSDclosure, left atrial appendage closure device therapy and cardiac implantable electronic device therapy.

Dr. Osman is affiliated with the structural heart team and high risk complex coronary intervention program at Providence St. Vincent Hospital, Portland, OR.

Education:

  • Internal medicine residency and geriatrics medicine fellowship at George Washington
    University, Washington, DC.
  • Advanced heart failure transplant fellowship and cardiovascular fellowship at East
    Carolina University, N.C.
  • Clinical cardiac electrophysiology fellowship at Oregon Health & Science University, OR
  • Advanced Interventional cardiology fellowship at Loma Linda University, CA

Board certification in ABIM (Internal medicine), ABIM (Cardiovascular disease), ABIM (Interventional cardiology) and NBE-Echocardiography