Dr. Kamran I. Muhammad is a subspecialist in interventional cardiology with the Oklahoma Heart Institute in Tulsa, OK with expertise in cardiac catheterization, coronary intervention (including angioplasty, stent placement, atherectomy, intravascular imaging), peripheral vascular intervention (including carotid intervention) as well as interventional therapies for structural heart disease, including PFO, ASD, and valvular disease.
With advanced training in structural heart disease intervention from the world-renowned Cleveland Clinic, Dr. Muhammad serves as the Director of the Structural Heart Disease Program at Oklahoma Heart Institute. Dr. Muhammad led a team of OHI physicians in performing the first transcatheter aortic valve replacements (TAVR) and transcatheter mitral valve repairs (MitraClip) in Tulsa and the region. To date, the Oklahoma Heart Institute Structural Heart Program remains the premier program of its kind in the region, with the most experience and superior outcomes. The Oklahoma Heart Institute Structural Heart Disease Program is the most comprehensive program of its kind in the state and region, and the only program able to offer all of the currently approved minimally invasive valve technologies to our patients, including TAVR and MitraClip.
In addition to his clinical experience, Dr. Muhammad has authored many peer-reviewed articles and textbook chapters on important cardiology topics. He also serves as Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine - Tulsa.
Dr. Muhammad has also been frequently interviewed and featured in the local media, with appearances and articles on NewsOn6, KTUL Channel 8, TeleTul Canal 51, Tulsa World, Community Spirit Magazine, Oklahoma Magazine, and Tulsa People.
Dr. Muhammad completed his Clinical Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology Fellowships at the Cleveland Clinic which included additional dedicated training in peripheral vascular and structural cardiac intervention. Dr. Muhammad completed his Internal Medicine Internship and Residency at Yale University where he was selected and served as Chief Resident. He earned his medical degree from the University of Massachusetts Medical School, graduating with top honors and election to the Alpha Omega Alpha (AΩA) honor society. Dr. Muhammad earned his Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from the University of Massachusetts.