Heart Information Center
 
Ask a Heart Doctor
  Back to previous page

Ask a Texas Heart Institute Doctor 
Informed patients make better patients.

Meet the Heart Doctor: Cardiovascular Surgery

 

George J. Reul, MD, FACS, FACC, FCCP
Associate Chief, Surgery - Texas Heart Institute;
Co-Director, Peripheral Vascular Disease Service
Texas Heart Institute;
Medical Director, Peripheral Vascular Laboratory
St. Luke's Medical Center
MC 3-258, PO Box 20345
Houston, TX 77225-0345
832-355-4929; FAX 832-355-3424

George J. Reul, MD, FACS, FACC, FCCP
Hospital affiliation:
St. Luke's Medical Center; Texas Children's Hospital; Houston Methodist 

Academic appointment:
Clinical Professor, The University of Texas Medical School at Houston; Clinical Professor, Baylor College of Medicine

Medical school:
Marquette, 1962

Specialty training:
Baylor College of Medicine

Certification:
American Board of Surgery (and Special Qualifications in General Vascular Surgery); American Board of Thoracic Surgery

Specialty interests:
Cardiovascular surgery in adult and pediatric patients, peripheral vascular surgery

Professional Distinction:
February 2012
Distinguished Physicians of the Texas Heart Institute
Grady L. Hallman, MD, FACS, FACC, FCCPGeorge J. Reul, MD, FACS, FACC, FCCPDuring the December 2011 meeting of the Texas Heart Institute Board of Trustees, Dr. Grady L. Hallman (left) and Dr. George J. Reul (right) were unanimously approved as Distinguished Physicians of the Texas Heart Institute. This distinction recognizes untiring dedication to the eradication of cardiovascular disease, selfless concern for the health and well-being of patients, and generous and exemplary contributions to the advancement of medical science. Previous honorees are Drs. Robert J. Hall, Robert D. Leachman, Arthur S. Keats, Edward B. Singleton, and Denton A. Cooley. Honorees are recognized by plaques in the fifth-floor hallway of the Cooley Building. 

Further information is available on his practice website at  www.texheartsurgeons.com.

See also on this site: Professional Staff Directory


Updated December 2013
Top  

If you need information about keeping your heart healthy, e-mail the
Heart Information Center or call 1-800-292-2221.
 (Outside the U.S., call 1-832-355-6536.)

Texas Heart Institute Heart Information Center
Through this community outreach program, staff members of the Texas Heart Institute (THI) provide educational information related to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cardiovascular disease. It is not the intention of THI to provide specific medical advice, but rather to provide users with information to better understand their health and their diagnosed disorders. Specific medical advice will not be provided and THI urges you to visit a qualified physician for diagnosis and for answers to your questions.
Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Subscribe to us on YouTube Find Us on Flicikr Follow Us on Pinterest Add us on Google+

Please contact our Webmaster with questions or comments.
Terms of Use and Privacy Policy
© Copyright 1996-2014 Texas Heart Institute.
All rights reserved.
This website is accredited by Health On the Net Foundation. Click to verify. U.S. NEWS America's Best Hospitals 2013-14