Neurosurgeon Joins OU Physicians

Neurosurgeon Joins OU Physicians

Published: Thursday, November 1, 2018

Ahmed A. Cheema, M.D., a neurosurgeon trained in both open cerebrovascular and endovascular treatments, has established his medical practice with OU Physicians. He has also been named an assistant professor with the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine.

Cheema is specifically interested in diagnosing and treating vascular disease involving head, neck, brain and spine. He specializes in performing stroke thrombectomies and carotid stenting/endarterectomies and treating aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations.

Cheema completed a dedicated 2-year cerebrovascular fellowship at Semmes-Murphey Clinic, Memphis, Tennessee. He completed his neurosurgery residency and general surgery internship at the OU College of Medicine. He earned his medical degree at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison.

Cheema is a member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons and the Congress of Neurological Surgeons. He sees patients on the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center campus. For an appointment with an OU Physicians neurosurgeon, call (405) 271-4912.

With more than 1,050 doctors and advanced practice providers, OU Physicians is the state’s largest physician group. The practice encompasses almost every adult and child specialty. Many OU Physicians have expertise in the management of complex conditions that is unavailable anywhere else in the state, region or sometimes even the nation. Some have pioneered surgical procedures or innovations in patient care that are world firsts.

OU Physicians see patients in their offices at the OU Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City and at clinics in Edmond, Midwest City, Lawton and other cities around Oklahoma. When hospitalization is necessary, they often admit patients to OU Medical Center. Many also care for their patients in other hospitals around the metro area. OU Physicians serve as faculty at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine and train the region’s future physicians.