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Anas Alomar, MD

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About Anas Alomar, MD

Anas Alomar, MD, is an experienced cardiologist who has been treating patients since 2012. Dr. Alomar earned his medical degree from Damascus University Faculty of Medicine in Syria. Following graduation, Dr. Alomar completed his Internal Medicine Residency, Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship, and Interventional Cardiology Fellowship from Indiana University School of Medicine. At Methodist Southlake Medical Center, Dr. Alomar is the Chair of the Department of Medicine and Medical Director of Cardiology and Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory. He also serves on the Methodist Southlake Medical Executive Committee.

Board certified in interventional cardiology, vascular medicine, cardiovascular diseases, nuclear medicine, echocardiography, and internal medicine, his medical interest and clinical focus is coronary and peripheral vascular disease. Dr. Alomar treats a variety of conditions, including complex coronary interventions especially via the radial artery (arm) approach. He has a keen interest in caring for patients with peripheral arterial disease (PAD). This includes treatment of atherosclerosis in the lower extremities, upper extremities and renal arteries utilizing percutaneous interventional (nonsurgical) procedures. He performs limb salvage procedures to restore blood flow to the legs and feet in patients with advanced peripheral arterial disease. Such procedures facilitate wound healing in ulcers arising from poor blood supply and can obviate the need for amputation or surgery. Dr Alomar also has an interest in venous disease including catheter-directed treatment of venous thrombosis in the lower extremities, upper extremities and pulmonary arteries. He performs procedures to treat venous insufficiency and varicose veins as well.

A native of Houston, Texas, Dr. Alomar is fluent in Arabic, and English.

  • Medical School
  • Damascus University Faculty of Medicine
  • Residency
  • Indiana University School of Medicine
  • Fellowship
  • Cardiovascular Disease Indiana University School of Medicine
  • Interventional Cardiology Indiana University School of Medicine