Dr. Khalifeh is also a respected speaker, educator, and author of several research papers and book chapters in the field of Plastic Surgery. He is the recipient of numerous scientific honors and distinctions, including the Top Spear Award and Alpha Omega Alpha distinctions at Vanderbilt University, and top in-service award at Johns Hopkins.
Dr. Khalifeh is often called upon to provide expert knowledge and insight regarding aesthetic surgery on professional panels and TV shows.
Dr. Khalifeh was raised in Baltimore, Maryland, returning to the area in 2000 to practice medicine after his studies took him to Philadelphia, Manhattan, and Nashville. He is a proud and active member of the United States Navy Reserves, commissioned as a Lieutenant Commander. Dr. Khalifeh serves one weekend each month and two weeks each year providing his services to Navy Reserve personnel undergoing treatment at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Apart from his dedicated professional life, Dr. Khalifeh enjoys the outdoors while skiing, biking, and spending time with his family and young children.
“I had been searching for a surgeon for nearly ten years throughout the Washington Metro area…. Here we are at five weeks after surgery, and I am very happy with my breast lift and augmentation!! They look great. I love them!! Dr. Khalifeh has been fabulous to work with and highly attentive. From our first meeting, I could not have asked for a better doctor. I am just thrilled. If you are in the market for an elective procedure for your body, speak with Dr. Khalifeh. You won’t be disappointed.”
- S.B. Washington DC Lobbyist
Dr. Khalifeh is a perfectionist who has dedicated his professional career to advancing the field of plastic surgery. His patients often come through personal referrals, and he is proud to be considered among the most accomplished plastic surgeons practicing in the DC area. His patients include recognized media personalities, celebrities, government officials and women throughout the region who demand the most authentic-looking outcome – never “worked on.”