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Farouk Y. Khan

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American Medical Association

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American Medical Association

330 N Wabash Ste 43482

Chicago, Illinois,60611

United States

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The American Medical Association is the premier U.S. organization dedicated to empowering the nation's physicians to continually provide safer, higher quality, and more efficient care to patients and communities. For more than 165 years the AMA has been unwave...more

Background Information

Employment History

University of Florida


Chief of Neurology and Medical Director Stroke Services

FHN Foundation


Web References(12 Total References)


FHN : Provider Directory

freeporthealthnet.com [cached]

Farouk Khan, MD, PhD
About Farouk Khan: As a specialist in Neurology, Farouk Khan, MD, PhD, works with patients who suffer from a wide range of aliments- from epilepsy and multiple sclerosis to migraine headaches and stroke treatment/rehabilitation/prevention. Dr. Khan is board eligible for certification in Neurology and Neurosonology. Neurosonology is the study of the brain and surrounding blood vessels using non-invasive, advanced ultrasound technology. Dr. Khan is also a specialist in using Botox for the treatment of neuromuscular diseases. After receiving his Medical Degree in Pakistan, Dr. Khan continued post-graduate studies at the University of Florida in Gainesville. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at the State University of New York, Brooklyn, and his Neurology residency was completed at the University of South Alabama in Mobile. In addition to his Medical Degree, Dr. Khan also received a PhD in Health Sciences with a major in Clinical Immunology. Dr. Khan also completed fellowship training in Stroke, Cerebrovascular Diseases and Neurosonology at Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where he was trained in the treatment of acute strokes using "clot-busters. Dr. Khan's research and published papers have centered around the effects of medicine and exercise on women's health. He has received 21 Citations of Merit for medical and scientific research work in the United States Government Science Citation Index. Dr. Khan received the National Institutes of Health Certificate of Achievement as well as the American Medical Association Physicians Recognition Award. Presently, Dr. Khan is the Director of the Center for Stroke, Cerebrovascular Diseases and Neurosonology for Freeport Health Network.


FHN - Providers

www.fhn.org [cached]

Farouk Khan, MD, PhD
As a neurologist, Farouk Khan, MD, PhD, works with patients who suffer from a wide range of aliments - from epilepsy and multiple sclerosis to migraine headaches and stroke treatment/rehabilitation/prevention. Dr. Khan is board certified in neurosonology (the study of the brain and surrounding blood vessels using non-invasive, advanced ultrasound technology) and board eligible for certification in neurology. Dr. Khan also has experience in using Botox® for the treatment of neuromuscular diseases. After receiving his medical degree in Pakistan, Dr. Khan continued post-graduate studies at the University of Florida in Gainesville. He completed his internal medicine residency at the State University of New York, Brooklyn, and his neurology residency at the University of South Alabama in Mobile. Dr. Khan also holds a PhD in health sciences, with a major in clinical immunology. He completed fellowship training in stroke, cerebrovascular diseases and neurosonology at Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, where he was trained in the treatment of acute strokes using "clot-busters. Dr. Khan's research and published papers have centered around the effects of medicine and exercise on women's health. He has received 21 Citations of Merit for medical and scientific research work in the United States Government Science Citation Index. Dr. Khan received the National Institutes of Health Certificate of Achievement as well as the American Medical Association Physicians Recognition Award.


www.rrstar.com

FREEPORT Five women who say they were misdiagnosed with multiple sclerosis are seeking to join seven others in a medical negligence lawsuit against Dr. Farouk Khan and Freeport Health Network.
Lawyers for Khan and FHN want the cases considered separately. The only common element among these seven plaintiffs is the allegations of medical negligence against the same defendant, Dr. Khan, according to court documents. Khan is no longer with FHN. However, according to the original complaint, Khan misdiagnosed the plaintiffs while working at FHN Memorial Hospital in 2011 and 2012. According to the complaint: — Khan holds himself out as a neurologist though he is not board-certified in any medical specialty. Page 2 of 2 - — Khans medical order was for the women to give themselves daily injections of Copaxone and Betaseron, drugs intended to reduce MS flare-ups. Each was paying about $5,000 a month for the medications. Khan and FHN were among 12 defendants in another medical negligence lawsuit that was settled last month for $10 million the highest verdict or settlement reported in Stephenson County, according to the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.


www.journalstandard.com

FREEPORT Five women who say they were misdiagnosed with multiple sclerosis are seeking to join seven others in a medical negligence lawsuit against Dr. Farouk Khan and Freeport Health Network.
Lawyers for Khan and FHN want the cases considered separately. The only common element among these seven plaintiffs is the allegations of medical negligence against the same defendant, Dr. Khan, according to court documents. Khan is no longer with FHN. However, according to the original complaint, Khan misdiagnosed the plaintiffs while working at FHN Memorial Hospital in 2011 and 2012. According to the complaint: — Khan holds himself out as a neurologist though he is not board-certified in any medical specialty. Page 2 of 2 - — Khans medical order was for the women to give themselves daily injections of Copaxone and Betaseron, drugs intended to reduce MS flare-ups. Each was paying about $5,000 a month for the medications. Khan and FHN were among 12 defendants in another medical negligence lawsuit that was settled last month for $10 million the highest verdict or settlement reported in Stephenson County, according to the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.


www.journalstandard.com

FREEPORT - Seven women are suing Dr. Farouk Y. Khan and the Freeport Health Network for medical negligence, claiming the doctor misdiagnosed them with multiple sclerosis, a chronic, often disabling central nervous system disease.
Dr. Khan gave his diagnoses while working at the FHN Memorial Hospital, which is part of the FHN Network, during 2011 and 2012. The lawsuit indicates that Dr. Khan "holds himself out as a neurologist though he is not board certified in any medical specialty." The lawsuit details that his medical order to the women was that they give themselves daily injections of Copaxone and Betaseron, two drugs intended to reduce multiple sclerosis flare-ups. But looking at Dr. Khan's records, you would never know that." "As a direct and proximate result of the negligence of defendant Khan, plaintiff Robert Klaus suffered loss of society, companionship, support, comfort, income, guidance, and services of his wife, plaintiff Maribeth Klaus, at all relevant times herein," the suit says, also requesting more than $50,000 for the husband. Khan could not be reached. Another FHN representative said that Khan is no longer with the network, and the network's website does not list him in its roster of providers. Khan and the network will have a chance to respond to the complaint.


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