Keyhani Brothers to Join UTPhysicians Cardiothoracic & Vascular Surgery Department

McGovern Medical School at UTHealth (University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston) is pleased to welcome vascular surgeons, Arash Keyhani, DO and Kourosh Keyhani, DO to the Department of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery.  Houston’s vascular surgery duo, and brothers, will be joining the UTHealth Family in June of 2020.

Dr Arash and Kourosh Keyhani

Dr. Kourosh Keyhani is a Board Certified Vascular and General Surgeon. He will join the McGovern Team as an Assistant Professor for Vascular Surgery. He completed his doctorate of osteopathic medicine at the University of North Texas Health Science Center, followed by a residency training in general surgery at UTHealth, here in Houston.  He then stayed in Houston at UTHealth for his vascular surgery fellowship training with the Department of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery, through the leadership of our very own, founding chair and professor, Dr. Hazim Safi.

Dr. Arash Keyhani is also a Board Certified Vascular and General Surgeon. He will join the McGovern Team as an Assistant Professor for Vascular Surgery. He completed his doctorate of osteopathic medicine at the University of North Texas Health Science Center, followed by a residency training in general surgery at UTHealth, here in Houston.  He then moved to Los Angeles and completed a vascular surgery residency training at the University of California Los Angeles through the leadership of Dr. Rodney White, pioneer of Endovascular Surgery.

“We both bring years of experience to the Department by providing cutting edge and innovative vascular surgery techniques for the Houston Community,” says Dr. Arash Keyhani.  Both Surgeons join the UTPhysicians banner starting June 1st, providing specialty care to patients from their well-established clinical practices at Memorial Hermann Memorial City, Greater Heights, and Cypress.

Providing care for patients in Houston is an ongoing effort for our department, and we look forward to bringing both physicians aboard in these pursuits.

-Caliann Ferguson