Khurrum Khan, MD

Khurrum Khan, MD

Khan, Khurrum, MD

Cardiology

Accepting New Patients

Sugar Land Clinic
7616 Branford Place, Ste. 310
Sugar Land, TX 77479

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Phone Call (281) 845-8907
Fax (281) 532-8504
Language(s): English

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Locations

Sugar Land Clinic

7616 Branford Place
Ste. 310
Sugar Land, TX 77479

Services

Conditions Treated:

  • Coronary Artery Disease
  • Peripheral Arterial or Venous Disease
  • Structural Heart Disease
  • Valvular Heart Disease
  • Heart Attack
  • Heart Failure
  • Arrhythmia
  • High Cholesterol
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Venous Reflux or Insufficiency

Treatments Offered:

  • All Aspects of Cardiovascular Disease
  • Cardiac Imaging
  • Interventional Cardiology
  • Peripheral Vascular Disease Cardiology
  • Preventive Cardiology
  • Vascular Medicine

My Biography

“Since I was a child, I was intrigued by the cardiovascular system. When I learned the basic sciences in medical school, I felt I had an innate understanding of the cardiovascular system. As I progressed in my clinical rotations, I found I enjoyed the chance to take time to talk and connect with patients in the clinical setting, but I was also wanted to be able to interpret studies and perform procedures. During my first year of internal medicine residency, as I rotated through the CCU, I fully embraced my passion for cardiology. I liked the breadth of cases and understanding the physiology of the heart and vascular system in critically ill patients. I was further drawn to cardiology because it embraces technology in the management and treatment of patient conditions and has a robust evidence base for crafting treatment plans.

I have been fortunate to complete the majority of my medical education and training in the city that is my home, Houston. I completed medical school, internal medicine residency, and general cardiology fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine in the Texas Medical Center. While in the CCU and on the cardiology consult service at Ben Taub General Hospital, I helped care for patients suffering from common conditions, such as acute coronary syndrome, to less common conditions that are in part due to lack of regular healthcare access, such as irreparable mitral valve damage from rheumatic heart disease. During my time on the cardiology consult service at Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center, I got a feel for what private practice may be like and also got to care for patients with advanced heart failure, valvular disease, and heart transplant patients. At the Michael E. Debakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center, I got the privilege to care for our nation’s veterans in all aspects of cardiovascular pathology. In clinic, I enjoyed discussing the etiology and management of cardiac disease with patients and their family members. In the cath lab, I loved seeing the different kinds of procedures ranging from coronary angiography to placement of stents, pacemakers, and defibrillators. I subsequently got the opportunity to complete my interventional cardiology fellowship at the world-renowned New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medicine, where I honed my expertise in the diagnosis and management of coronary artery disease, peripheral arterial and venous disease, and structural heart disease.

In addition to my clinical experiences, I have been involved in cardiology research and leadership during my medical education. I worked with Dr. Hani Jneid on a review paper evaluating the importance of door-in door-out time in STEMI patients. I presented this study at the BCM Cardiovascular Research Institute Symposium and won best poster in the resident/fellow category. In addition, I have published a number of cardiology related articles in peer-reviewed journals and have presented research at various cardiology conferences. I have also been involved in the leadership of local and national cardiology organizations. For the American College of Cardiology, I was Chief Fellow for the Young Scholars Program, and am a member the Cross Sectional Advocacy Workgroup. For the American Heart Association, I was a member of the Fellow-in-Training Programming Subcommittee. For the Texas Chapter of the American College of Cardiology, I was founder and co-chair of the Innovation Section.

I am excited and looking forward to taking care of all aspects of cardiovascular disease for my community in Houston. I have had the privilege of working with and learning from masters in the field of cardiology and will be delivering top notch and modern care in the evaluation, diagnosis, management, and prevention of cardiovascular disease.”  – Dr. Khurrum Khan

Professional Statement
“Since I was a child, I was intrigued by the cardiovascular system. When I learned the basic sciences in medical school, I felt I had an innate understanding of the cardiovascular system. As I progressed in my clinical rotations, I found I enjoyed the chance to take time to talk and connect with patients in the clinical setting, but I was also wanted to be able to interpret studies and perform procedures. During my first year of internal medicine residency, as I rotated through the CCU, I fully embraced my passion for cardiology. I liked the breadth of cases and understanding the physiology of the heart and vascular system in critically ill patients. I was further drawn to cardiology because it embraces technology in the management and treatment of patient conditions and has a robust evidence base for crafting treatment plans.

I have been fortunate to complete the majority of my medical education and training in the city that is my home, Houston. I completed medical school, internal medicine residency, and general cardiology fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine in the Texas Medical Center. While in the CCU and on the cardiology consult service at Ben Taub General Hospital, I helped care for patients suffering from common conditions, such as acute coronary syndrome, to less common conditions that are in part due to lack of regular healthcare access, such as irreparable mitral valve damage from rheumatic heart disease. During my time on the cardiology consult service at Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center, I got a feel for what private practice may be like and also got to care for patients with advanced heart failure, valvular disease, and heart transplant patients. At the Michael E. Debakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center, I got the privilege to care for our nation’s veterans in all aspects of cardiovascular pathology. In clinic, I enjoyed discussing the etiology and management of cardiac disease with patients and their family members. In the cath lab, I loved seeing the different kinds of procedures ranging from coronary angiography to placement of stents, pacemakers, and defibrillators. I subsequently got the opportunity to complete my interventional cardiology fellowship at the world-renowned New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medicine, where I honed my expertise in the diagnosis and management of coronary artery disease, peripheral arterial and venous disease, and structural heart disease.

In addition to my clinical experiences, I have been involved in cardiology research and leadership during my medical education. I worked with Dr. Hani Jneid on a review paper evaluating the importance of door-in door-out time in STEMI patients. I presented this study at the BCM Cardiovascular Research Institute Symposium and won best poster in the resident/fellow category. In addition, I have published a number of cardiology related articles in peer-reviewed journals and have presented research at various cardiology conferences. I have also been involved in the leadership of local and national cardiology organizations. For the American College of Cardiology, I was Chief Fellow for the Young Scholars Program, and am a member the Cross Sectional Advocacy Workgroup. For the American Heart Association, I was a member of the Fellow-in-Training Programming Subcommittee. For the Texas Chapter of the American College of Cardiology, I was founder and co-chair of the Innovation Section.

I am excited and looking forward to taking care of all aspects of cardiovascular disease for my community in Houston. I have had the privilege of working with and learning from masters in the field of cardiology and will be delivering top notch and modern care in the evaluation, diagnosis, management, and prevention of cardiovascular disease.”  – Dr. Khurrum Khan

Education and Board Certificates

Joined CLS Health

  • 10/01/2023

Board Certifications

  • Internal Medicine

  • Cardiovascular Disease

  • Echocardiography

  • Nuclear Cardiology

  • Interventional Cardiology

Medical School

  • Baylor College of Medicine

Internal Medicine Residency

Baylor College of Medicine

Cardiovascular Disease Fellowship

Baylor College of Medicine

Interventional Cardiology Fellowship

Weill Cornell Medicine – New York Presbyterian Hospital

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