About Dr. Bashir Al Kaddoumi

Interventional cardiologist Bashir Al Kaddoumi, MD, offers a full complement of diagnostic testing, treatments, and procedures that range from ultrasonography of the veins and arteries through echocardiography, cardiac stress test to catheterization of the heart and vessels. He is proud to provide top-quality care to residents throughout Spring, Texas at Spring Hospital.

Dr. Al Kaddoumi graduated from the University of Jordan Medical School and completed his residency in interventional cardiology at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation-GME. He went on to complete two fellowships in cardiovascular disease and interventional cardiology at the University of Texas HSC in Houston and Harper University Hospital, Detroit Medical Center, respectively.

When performing procedures, Dr. Al Kaddoumi takes the most innovative and minimally invasive approaches, such as cardiac catheterization through radial access (wrist) or endovenous treatment of vein disorders. He performs interventions on the heart and vessels at Houston Methodist Willowbrook Hospital, Memorial Hermann Cypress Care Center, St. Luke’s Hospital at The Vintage, and Tomball Regional Hospital using state-of-the-art digital cardiac catheterization labs.

Dr. Al Kaddoumi built his practice on the principle of providing high-quality, comprehensive cardiovascular care to each patient by offering the most advanced and thorough treatments. He takes time to answer patient questions and educate them on their condition and treatment options. 

Dr. Al Kaddoumi is the only interventional cardiologist in the Houston Northwest region to hold eight board certifications. He is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, American Board of Cardiovascular Diseases, American Board of Interventional Cardiology, American Board of Vascular Medicine, American Board of Endovascular Interventions, Certification Board of Nuclear Cardiology, National Board of Echocardiography, and Registered Physician of Vascular Interpretation.  


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