Dr. Moussa’s interest in Nephrology started during his Internal Medicine residency training which he completed at the Good Samaritan Hospital here in Cincinnati. The precision with which the kidneys are able to regulate fluids and eliminate waste products is a constant reminder of how vital they are to our health and well being.
As a result of this fascination with normal kidney function and the different modalities that exist to help treat patients once their kidney function declines to the point of needing dialysis, or better yet a kidney transplant, Dr Moussa decided to pursue further fellowship training at the University of Vermont.
He came back to Cincinnati to join the Kidney and Hypertension Center in 2009 to fulfill his wish of giving back to the program and city where he initially received his residency training. He is an integral part of the core faculty providing education to the Internal Medicine residents at the same residency program at Good Samaritan hospital. Dr. Moussa has been recognized for his teaching by the internal Medicine residency program with multiple awards which serves as a reminder of his dedication to educating future doctors that will serve this great city and others in the future.
Dr. Moussa has offices in two locations. The Good Samaritan office building and at Mercy West hospital. He has also been granted Cincinnati Magazine “Cincy Best doctors” award, a testament to the excellence in level of care that he strives to achieve for his patients.
Dr Moussa played both Tennis and Soccer in school and college and has continued to be an avid follower of both sports. More recently he has focused more on Tennis since both of his kids have adopted the sport themselves. When Dr. Moussa is not actively caring for his patients, he dedicates the rest of his time to his family, traveling or simply sitting around the dinner table enjoying the company of the people that he holds dearest to his heart.
Clifton (Good Sam) Office
Mercy West Office
Internal Medicine; Nephrology
Medical director of Davita Ross HDU
University of Vermont
Good Samaritan Hospital
University of Alexandria, Egypt
American Society of Nephrology
American Medical Association
2003-2004 – Best Intern (Good Samaritan Hospital)
2005-2006 – Best Resident Teacher (Good Samaritan Hospital)
2011-2012 – Best Teaching Subspecialist (Good Samaritan Hospital)
2012-2013 – Best Teaching Subspecialist (Good Samaritan Hospital)