Abdul Elnaggar, MD, is a cardiothoracic surgeon at Penn State Heart and Vascular Institute and an assistant professor of surgery at Penn State College of Medicine.
Dr. Elnaggar obtained his medical degree from the Alexandria University School of Medicine in Egypt. He completed his general surgery residency at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center, N.Y., followed by a fellowship in cardiothoracic surgery at the Cleveland Clinic. He spent an additional year at the Cleveland Clinic, where he focused on the surgical treatment of aortic diseases, both open and endovascular, as well as complex reoperative cardiac surgery.
Dr. Elnaggar completed the American Association for Thoracic Surgery (AATS) Foundation Honoring Our Cleveland Clinic Mentors Leadership Program and received the AATS Foundation Intuitive Surgical Robotics Fellowship, as well as the Columbia University Department of Surgery Startup Grant Research Award.
Dr. Elnaggar’s clinical interests include open and endovascular treatment of aortic aneurysms, acute and chronic aortic dissections and all aspects of adult cardiac surgery.
Penn State Heart and Vascular Institute - IO Silver Clinic
We accept a variety of health insurance plans and will submit claims on your behalf. Certain coverage restrictions may apply based on your individual benefit package.
Medical School, University of Alexandria, Egypt - 2009
Fellowship, Cardiac Surgery Cleveland Clinic Foundation (Ohio) - 2021
Fellowship, Cardiothoracic Surg Cleveland Clinic Foundation (Ohio) - 2020
Residency, General Surgery Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center (New York) - 2018
Internship, General Surgery Lenox Hill Hospital - 2015
- Adult cardiac surgery
- Aortic aneurysm and dissection
- Aortic surgery
- Endovascular surgery
- American Association for Thoracic Surgery (AATS) Foundation Honoring our Cleveland Clinic Mentors Leadership Program – 2019
- American Association for Thoracic Surgery (AATS) Foundation and Intuitive Surgical Robotics Fellowship – 2019
- Columbia University Department of Surgery Startup Research Award – 2011