At Thomas Hospitals Heart and Vascular, our experienced team of board-certified, fellowship-trained providers are performing groundbreaking and innovative procedures using cutting-edge techniques and technology.
When it comes to the type of care we provide, we offer a highly personalized experience, which is why patients and community physicians look to the Thomas Hospitals Heart and Vascular team for its expertise.
Leading You Toward Better Heart Health
Who Benefits from Cardiac Rehab?
Cardiac Rehab at WVU Medicine Thomas Hospitals provides education and counseling services to help heart patients increase physical fitness, reduce cardiac symptoms, improve health and reduce the risk of future heart problems.
Patients who can benefit from a Cardiac Rehab program include those who have experienced:
- Heart failure
- Heart attack
- Heart surgery
- Coronary angioplasty
- ICD fitting
Why is Cardiac Rehab important?
Regular physical activity helps your heart and the rest of your body get stronger and work better. It also reduces your chances of future heart problems, including heart attack.
Your Cardiac Rehab Plan of Care
The Cardiac Rehab team at WVU Thomas Hospitals will communicate with and create a tailored plan, customized for your needs and conditions in collaboration with your primary care physician or cardiologist. Elements of your plan will include:
- Heart monitoring with an EKG
- Blood pressure monitoring
- Blood glucose monitoring
- Monitored exercise program
- Dietary counseling
- Stress management
Free Parking and Flexible Appointment Times Available.
Welcoming Albeir Mousa, MD, FACS, RPVI, MPH, MBA
Thomas Hospitals is pleased to welcome Dr. Albeir Mousa, a member of the WVU Heart and Vascular Institute. Well-known to the Kanawha Valley, Dr. Mousa is a highly skilled, board certified and fellowship trained vascular surgeon. Dr. Mousa’s medical expertise focuses on arteries and veins in almost every part of the body. From varicose veins to aortic aneurysms, Dr. Mousa has extensive experience to find and treat the cause of symptoms and help patients before silent threats become serious. He is skilled in performing a wide range of complex vascular and endovascular procedures to treat diseases and conditions that involve healthy blood circulation using state-of-the-art technologies available at Thomas Memorial Hospital.
A Society of Vascular Surgery Distinguished Fellow, Dr. Mousa has a bibliography including over 200 peer-reviewed manuscripts/book chapters and is a regular invited presenter on the treatment of vascular disease. A dedicated educator, Dr. Mousa has been the recipient of numerous awards for excellence, including the 2019 Vascular Center of Excellence Teacher of the Year and the West Virginia University Faculty of the Year. Dr. Mousa holds two Masters Degrees in Public Health and Business Administration.
- Dialysis Access Intervention: Creation of A-V Access, Laparoscopic Peritoneal Dialysis Placement, Endovascular Interventions to Maintain Dialysis Access
- Endovascular and Open Mesenteric Vascular Interventions03
- Endovascular Repair of Abdominal and Thoracic Aortic Aneurysms
- Limb Salvage with Endovascular and Open Bypasses
- Open and Endovascular Aortic Surgeries for Aortic Occlusive Diseases
- Open and Endovascular Carotid Occlusive Surgeries
- Open Aortic Aneurysm Repair
- Reflux Venous Diseases, Ablations, and Venous Outflow Obstruction
- Thoracic Rib Resection
About Dr. Albeir Mousa
Albeir Mousa, MD, joined the WVU Heart and Vascular Institute in October 2022 as Chief of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery and Regional Director of Southern WVU Medicine. He also serves as a professor of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery in the Department of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery.
Fellowship – Vascular Surgery
Rutgers University UMDNJ of New Jersey
Medical Degree: University of Cairo, Egypt
Now Accepting Patients
Dr. Mousa is accepting new patients by referral to his clinical practice at Thomas Memorial Hospital. In addition, he welcomes second opinion appointments to review cases and proposed treatment plans.
WVU Medicine Heart and Vascular Institute at Thomas Memorial Hospital
424 Division Street | South Charleston, WV 25309
Across from Thomas Memorial Hospital
Appointment: 304-414-4847 | Fax: 304-767-7879