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Raheel Khan, M.D.
Dr. Raheel Khan graduated from Dow Medical College in Karachi, Pakistan and immigrated to the United States in 1987. He completed his pediatric residency training at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago, and then a fellowship in Pediatric Infectious Diseases at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. He joined West Virginia University-Charleston Division in 1994 and was appointed as residency program director for Pediatrics in 1997 and Med-Peds in 2010. He has been serving as Interim Chairman, Department of Pediatrics since November 2012.

Dr. Khan was elected as President, American Academy of Pediatrics-WV Chapter in April 2013, after serving as Vice President of the same for the preceding three years. He served as Chair of the Mid-America region of the Association of Pediatric Program Directors from 2007-2010. Dr. Khan is a certified medical ethicist and is a member of Charleston Area Medical Center’s medical ethics consultation team.

His areas of interest include pediatric HIV infection, cystic fibrosis, childhood immunizations, medical ethics, and healthcare disparities.

Rayan Ihle, MD

Dr. Rayan Ihle is an assistant professor of WVU Charleston division in Pulmonary and Critical Care. She holds degrees in Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Psychology from Ohio University. She received her medical degree from The Ohio State University and pursued Internal Medicine/Pediatrics residency at Indiana University where she served as chief resident. She joined WVU faculty after completing fellowship in Pulmonary Critical Care at the University of Kentucky in 2012.

She is the Director of Pulmonary Critical Care for WVU Charleston and the Pulmonary Section Chief for Charleston Area Medical Center. Dr. Ihle was appointed Co-Program Director for Internal Medicine-Pediatrics in 2016. She is involved in multiple leadership positions within the hospital and the residency program including the CAMC Lung Cancer Screening Committee, Nutrition Committee, Sepsis Committee, COPD Readmission Committee, Clinical Integration Committee and Resident Competency Committee among others.   She also serves on the West Virginia COPD Task Force.

Her clinical interests include resident education, critical care, interventional pulmonology, lung cancer, pulmonary hypertension and cystic fibrosis.

 


For information about our residency program contact:
Amanda J. Mullins, BA
Senior Residency Program Specialist
Internal Medicine-Pediatrics & Pharmacy
Charleston Area Medical Center
Women and Children's Hospital/General
830 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 102
Charleston, WV  25302
Phone: 304-388-1589   F: 304-388-2926
Email: amanda.mullins3@camc.org


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