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Infirmary Medical Clinics announces expansion of Cardio-Thoracic and Vascular Surgical Associates with Kareem H. Bedeir, M.D., M.S.

Mobile, Ala. – Kareem H. Bedeir, M.D., M.S., joins Cardio-Thoracic and Vascular Surgical Associates (CTVSA) following the completion of his fellowship in cardiothoracic surgery with Brigham and Women’s Hospital – Harvard Medical School in Boston, Mass., where he received the John J. Collins, Jr. Cardiothoracic Surgeon Scholars Award. CTVSA has served the Gulf Coast region for more than 40 years with expert, advanced, and quality care in the areas of cardiac, thoracic, and vascular health including diagnostic, surgical, and rehabilitative care. CTVSA joined Infirmary Medical Clinics in Dec. 2019.

Dr. Bedeir earned his medical degree from the University of Alexandria in Egypt. He completed surgical residencies at the University of Alexandria in Egypt as well as Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, Md. During his residency at Sinai Hospital, he was awarded the Program Director’s Award for excellence in medical knowledge, as well as the Chief of Surgery Award for excellence in research. He joins Infirmary Health after completing two fellowships at Brigham and Women’s Hospital – Harvard Medical School; a surgical critical care fellowship, and a two-year cardiothoracic surgery fellowship. Dr. Bedeir is widely published on cardiothoracic surgery as well authoring two chapters in Springer’s Cardiac Surgery: A Complete Guide, a widely used academic textbook. Dr. Bedeir is double board certified by the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Surgical Critical Care and is board-eligible in cardiothoracic surgery.

Learn more about the services offered by CTVSA by visiting or calling (251) 471-3544.

Infirmary Medical Clinics (IMC) serve the entire Gulf Coast region with more than 50 medical clinics covering more than 20 specialties. IMC continues to expand its network of quality physicians and medical clinics in an effort to further bolster Infirmary Health’s position as the FIRST CHOICE for healthcare.