Agha S. Khan, M.D. is a highly respected, extremely busy, neurosurgeon who has been practicing his trade for the last 30 years in Baltimore, Maryland. Born in Pakistan, Dr. Khan completed his medical degree in 1978 from Punjab University in Multan, Pakistan. After completing two years in the Army Medical Corps, Dr. Khan entered a clinical fellowship in Thoracic Surgery and Oncology at the Rosewell Park Memorial Hospital in Buffalo, New York finishing in June of 1982. From July of 1982 through April 1991, Dr. Khan continued his clinical training first in a general surgery internship at the Washington Hospital Center in the District of Columbia, followed by the completion of his neurosurgery residency at the University of Wisconsin in 1990. From September 1990 until April of 1991 Dr. Khan received advanced neurosurgical training as a fellow in the Department of Neurosurgery at the Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

  • President-Vitruvian Institute for Surgical Training and Anatomy,
    An education and research laboratory where surgeons learn the latest technologies and the use of new medical devices.
  • President-Mid-Atlantic Neurosurgical Associates,
    A Center for Brain, Spine and Pain Disorders
  • President-Mid-Atlantic Neurosurgical Associates Pain Center,
    An Ambulatory Surgery Center
  • President of Khan Realty, LLC,
    a real estate company with holdings in Maryland, Florida and Canada.
  • President-The Neuro-Spine Research and Human Development Organization, Inc,
    a non-profit that promotes charitable, educational and scientific endeavors and engages in clinical research that advances the understanding and treatment of disorders of the spine, brain and peripheral nerves. The non-profit provides assistance to underserved countries in providing for the clinical needs of the local communities.
  • Director-Lifebridge Health Brain and Spine Institute Foundation
    (2006-2007), a Foundation whose purpose is to support the charitable activities of the Brain and Spine Institute of Lifebridge health, a multi-hospital system in Baltimore, Maryland.

Dr. Khan has organized and led teams of clinicians to Ghana, West Africa to provide patient care to the needy and provide education to the local physicians. This is one of many volunteer initiatives Dr. Khan has invested himself in, including trips to Pakistan and Haiti to provide care to its earthquake victims following the natural disasters there and travels to Guatemala City and Marshall Island on multiple occasions with Humanity First in caring for the underserved of the Country.

Over the years Dr. Khan has received recognition and numerous awards relating to his clinical expertise. For example, Dr. Khan has been listed by U.S. News and World Report as one of the leading neurosurgeons in the United States.