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Deepak P Thomas, MD

Deepak P Thomas, MD

out of 5
242 Ratings
21 Comments

Specialty

Cardiology

Department

Internal Medicine

Locations

Colonial Square

2905 Boulevard
Colonial Heights, VA 23834
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Education

Medical School

VCU School of Medicine

Internship

Yale University School of Medicine

Residency

Yale University School of Medicine

Fellowship

Washington University / Barnes-Jewish Hospital (Cardiology)

Fellowship

University of Virginia (Interventional Cardiology)

Biography

Dr. Thomas joined the Pauley Heart Center in the summer of 2015 as an assistant professor, specializing in interventional cardiology. He serves as Medical Director at VCU Health Colonial Square. He works downtown at the MCV Campus as well as VCU Health’s offices in Petersburg, Hopewell and Colonial Heights, conducting peripheral vascular and percutaneous coronary interventions. He is board certified in five disciplines: interventional cardiology, general cardiology, echocardiography, vascular ultrasound (RPVI), and internal medicine.

Born in Norfolk, Dr. Thomas received his bachelor of arts degree with honors, in Literatures & Cultures in English, from Brown University in 2002 and was awarded a full scholarship to Cambridge University in the United Kingdom, where he was only one of two Americans that year to receive a master's of philosophy postgraduate degree in 18th century British Literature. He returned to the U.S. and earned his M.D. from VCU School of Medicine in 2007, next completing his internship at Yale University in 2008 and his residency at Yale in 2010.

Before joining VCU in 2015, Dr. Thomas was an assistant professor of medicine, practicing primary care as an attending physician at Yale-New Haven Hospital. He completed a fellowship in cardiology at Washington University School of Medicine and an advanced fellowship in interventional cardiology (level III peripheral vascular and coronary intervention) at the University of Virginia. Dr. Thomas is a Fellow of the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions.

His volunteer medical work includes serving under Mother Theresa’s Sisters of Charity in Calcutta, India, and providing volunteer medical outreach in inner-city St. Louis with Health Connection. During his time at Yale, Dr. Thomas was a Yale/Stanford Johnson & Johnson Global Health Scholar, manning a 50-person medical ward in Eritrea, East Africa.

Read more about a scholarship that Dr. Thomas' family started at VCU.

Clinical Interests

Angioplasty; Echocardiography; Stress Testing; Peripheral Vascular Disease; Stents for Heart Disease

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Ratings & Reviews

242 Ratings
21 Comments

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ALL good.
January 2023
Good.
December 2022
Dr. Thomas is the best.
November 2022
Dr. Thomas showed genuine care in articulating my condition and treatment. He was a good active listener. I feel heard and respected. I feel confident having Dr. Thomas as my doctor.
September 2022
Good.
April 2022
Dr. was respectful and explained everything really well
February 2022
Feel very comfortable with this provider. Respectful and very knowledgeable.
August 2021
Dr. Thomas is a great doctor.
June 2021
Excellent dr. Saved my life.
March 2021
Dr. [...] was very nice and explaining everything.
January 2021
All good.
November 2020
Good.
November 2020
Very good visit.
September 2020
Very good.
August 2020
I like Dr. Thomas very much. [...]
August 2020
Dr. Thomas is the best at taking care of you and listening to your problems.
August 2020
All good.
August 2020
Turned around my previously uncontrolled issue because he took a different approach.
May 2020
Friendly, put me at ease and carefully explained treatment plan.
April 2020
Good experience.
March 2020
Dr. Thomas is the most caring doctor I've ever met. He saved my life!! He genuinely cares about the patient.
February 2020