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Dr. Khaled Chatila completed his medical school at the prestigious American University of Beirut in Lebanon. He then joined as a post-doctoral research fellow in cardiovascular disease at Baylor College of Medicine where he performed cutting edge basic science research studying the pathogenesis of myocardial infarction in animals. He then joined the Good Samaritan Hospital, a Johns Hopkins affiliate, in Baltimore where he completed his residency training in internal medicine. Dr. Chatila then moved to Louisville, Kentucky for his cardiology training and after completion of general cardiology he stayed on for an additional fellowship in advanced heart failure and transplant where he learned under the guidance of world renowned experts in the field about the care and management of patients with end stage heart failure, mechanical heart pumps (LVAD) and heart transplantation. He then joined UTMB division of cardiology. Along with his wife, Dr. Hania Kassem, who also joined UTMB’s division of Nephrology. Dr. Chatila is extremely passionate about teaching medical students, residents and Cardiology Fellows. He is also interested in multiple research topics and currently working on different research projects. Dr. Chatila has been selected for three years in a row 2016-2018 by Super Doctors as one of Texas’ Rising Stars physicians. Dr. Chatila has two kids, a son and daughter, with whom he enjoys spending his free time. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Chatila, please book an appointment online, contact UTMB Health, or call our Appointment Line at (800) 917-8906 today.
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Graduation Year: 2004
Professional Webpage: doctors.utmbhealth.com/providersearch/default/?id=019787
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