Randall K. Wolf, MD, FACS, FACC

Dr. WolfDr. Randall K. Wolf pioneered in 1999 a minimally invasive approach for the surgical treatment of Atrial Fibrillation, the Wolf Mini-Maze procedure for this surgical and technological advance. In 2006, the Cincinnati Business Courier named Dr. Wolf "Innovator of the Year".  He has taught this revolutionary procedure to over 500 heart surgeons from 20 countries.

Dr. Wolf has been a visiting professor in 18 countries, including Oxford University, University of Tokyo and Peking University. He was the first North American heart surgeon to perform Da Vinci™ robotic cardiac surgery.

He is past President of the International Society of Minimally Invasive Cardiothoracic Surgery (ISMICS) and past President of the 21st Surgery Cardiothoracic Club. He served as Professor of Surgery, Ohio State University (1998-2003) and Professor of Surgery and Biomedical Engineering, University of Cincinnati (2003-2007). 

Dr. Wolf is widely published with over 100 peer review papers and textbook chapters, and he has served as co-editor of the Innovations Journal (2005-2007). As creator of the Wolf Mini-Maze procedure, he has more experience with this atrial fibrillation treatment than any other surgeon in the country. When not in the operating theatre or lecturing, he performs stage and close-up magic.

His website dedicated to Atrial Fibrillation is www.wolfminimaze.com/dr-wolf/

Clinical Anatomy Associates, Inc is proud to have Dr. Wolf as part of our team. He can help and consult with our clients in the following areas:

Areas of research expertise: Minimally invasive heart and lung surgery, Robotics in cardiac surgery, anastomotic devices, surgical sealants, Biosurgery and minimally invasive atrial fibrillation devices and procedures

Interests and subspecialties: Robotic assistance in minimally invasive heart surgery, minimally invasive coronary artery bypass and valve repair, instrumentation for minimally invasive heart surgery, video thoracoscopy and video-assisted thoracic surgery, lung volume reduction for emphysema and thoracoscopic spine surgery, phrenic nerve pacemakers MEMS technology, minimally invasive atrial fibrillation research


PATIENT INFORMATION

If you are a patient and need to contact Dr. Wolf, you can visit his website at http://www.wolfminimaze.com, contact his AFib Coordinator via e-mail (CLICK HERE ), or at the:

AFIB Center of Excellence USA
Memorial Hermann Hospital
Texas Medical Center
6400 Fannin Street. Suite 2350.29
Houston, Texas, 77030
(713) 704-4000