Dr. Mohammed Kalan
M.D., F.A.C.S., F.R.C.S. 

Dr. Mohammed Kalan is an American Board of Surgery certified surgeon who has been practicing in the Washington, D.C. area for 18 years, and has been recognized as one of the area’s top surgeons since 2000. Dr. Kalan is a nationally and internationally recognized expert in gastrointestinal surgery, colorectal, and surgical oncology. Dr. Kalan serves as a Clinical Professor of Surgery at The George Washington University Hospital and Georgetown University Medical Center. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (F.A.C.S) and the Royal College of Surgeons (F.R.C.S) in the U.K. His areas of expertise include colorectal surgery, laparoscopic surgery, hernia repairs, surgical oncology, and a number of other general surgical procedures in both the outpatient and hospital setting. Dr. Kalan brings vast academic experience and training with a personal and dedicated approach to the care of all of his patients. 

Dr. Kalan completed his undergraduate education in India, and received his medical degree from BJ Medical College in Pune, India in 1983. He completed his first surgical residency training at King Edward Memorial Hospital in Pune, India in 1986. After completion of his training in India, Dr. Kalan completed his second surgical residency in England, U.K. from 1988 to 1994, where he was also specially trained in Colorectal Surgery and Surgical Oncology. He then moved to the United States, where he completed his third surgical residency at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia in 1998. He then completed his fellowship in Minimally Invasive Surgery at the George Washington University Hospital in 1999. Dr. Kalan brings academic knowledge, unique skills and extensive experience to his profession from accredited university surgical training programs in three countries on three continents.




Dr. Kalan has been the recipient of several awards. Some of the more notable ones are:

Top Doctor, Washingtonian, 2016

*America’s Top Surgeons, Consumer’s Research Council of America, 2010 - 2016
*Georgetown Caring Star, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC - 2009

*America’s Top Surgeons, Consumer’s Research Council of America - 2007
*Georgetown Caring Star, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC - 2005
*Outstanding Physician Specialist, General Surgery, Washington Consumers’ Checkbook, Winter/Spring - 2003
*Georgetown Shining Star, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC - 2003
*Member, Innovation Council of Surgeons, Ethicon Worldwide - 2003
*Top Doctor, General & Laparoscopic Surgery, The Washingtonian, November - 2002
*Georgetown Caring Star, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC - 2002
*America’s Registry of Outstanding Professionals- 2002 Edition
*Outstanding Surgical Resident Faculty Teacher, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC - 2001
*Nominated for The Golden Apple Award, Georgetown University, Washington, DC; Class of 2000
*Gallery of Service Excellence Recognition, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC - 2001
*Strathmore’s Registry of Who’s Who – 2001/02 Edition
*National Registry of Who’s Who – 2000 Edition
*Letter of Appreciation and Special Mention, from Senator Warren B. Rudman to President William J. Clinton, commending Dr. Kalan and his team, for their services at Georgetown University Hospital - Dec. 1999
*The W.L. Gore award - awarded to the top scoring Surgical Resident at Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA; 1998

Society of Laparo-Endoscopic Surgery; 2012
American Association for Advancement of Science; 2004
Society of Surgical Oncology, 2004    
Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America – Physician Member; 2004
American Hernia Society; 2003
Fellow, American College of Surgeons; 2002
Association for Surgical Education; 2002
American Society of General Surgeons; 2002
Association for Academic Surgery; 2001
American College of Surgeons/Metropolitan Washington Chapter; 2000
Diplomate, American Board of Surgery; 2000
American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons; 1999
Society for Surgery of the Alimentary Tract; 1998
Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons; 1996

Society of Robotic Surgery; 2012
Minimally Invasive Robotic Association, 2008 - 2012
International Society of Digestive Surgery; 2004
Societe Internationale de Chirurgie; International Society of Surgery; 2003
International College of Surgeons; 2000 - 2009
British Society of Gastroenterology; 1992 - 2009
Association of Colo-proctology of Great Britain and Ireland; 1991
Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland; 1990
Association of Surgeons of India; 1988


**Society of Laparo-Endoscopic Surgeons Meeting, Boston, MA; August 31- September 3, 2016
Chief Moderator: Concurrent Scientific Sessions; September 1, 2016
**Society of Laparo-Endoscopic Surgeons Meeting, New York; September 2-5, 2015
Moderator: General & GI Scientific Sessions
**Johns Hopkins Advances in GI Endoscopy, Hepatology & Liver Transplantation, The Ritz Carlton,
Tyson’s Corner, VA; January 17, 2015
Moderator: Multi – specialty Approaches to Complex GI Problems
** Society of Laparo-Endoscopic Surgeons Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada; September 10-13, 2014
Moderator: General & GI Scientific Sessions
** Minimally Invasive Surgical Meeting – Society of Laparo-Endoscopic Surgery, Reston, VA; August 28-30, 2013
Moderator: General and GI Surgery Scientific Sessions
**Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery – Joint Annual Meeting of SLS, MIRA, SRS – Boston, MA; September 6, 2012
Moderator: Robotic General Surgery Scientific Session
**Hernia Debates – Open v Laparoscopic Repair, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; April 30, 2012
**Hernia Symposium, Le Meridian Hotel, Dubai, UAE; April 24, 2011
Moderator & Visiting Professor
**1st International Symposium on Robotic Surgery, Chicago, IL; October 5-6, 2006 
Chair: General Robotic Surgery Track
Moderator: Robotic General Surgery Video Session

**Georgetown University Hospital 5th Annual Update on the Management of Pancreatobiliary Disease and Innovations in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Washington, DC. December 7, 2002
Moderator: Interventional Techniques in Management of HepatoPancreatic Cancer
**Preceptor & Hernia Mesh Lead Surgeon
Live Demonstrations of Hernia Repair Techniques to Visiting Surgeons ( national and international ) at Georgetown University Hospital; Washington, DC. 2004 - 2006
**Georgetown University Hospital CME Course: Management of Pancreato-Biliary Problems: A Team  Approach. Washington, DC.  December, 2000
Moderator: Pancreato-Biliary Cancer: Diagnosis, Staging and Treatment

Dr. Kalan has presented over 50 Invited Lectures internationally, on subjects related to gastro-intestinal surgery, colorectal surgery, cancer surgery, hernia surgery, sleeve gastrectomy, laparoscopic surgery and robotic surgery. He has been an Invited Speaker, Visiting Professor and Surgical Educator, at surgical meetings, hospitals and medical institutions in Europe, Australasia, Asia and the Middle East.

Dr. Kalan has presented over 70 lectures, including several Grand Rounds presentations, locally, regionally and nationally. His lectures deal with his areas of expertise, including all Gastro-intestinal Surgery, Surgical Oncology, Advanced Laparoscopic Surgery and Hernia Surgery. 

Dr. Kalan has also served on several hospital, local and national Committees, is a peer referee and reviewer for surgical journals, has contributed textbook chapters, and teaches, trains and closely works with surgical residents and medical students at the area's two major university hospitals.  He has contributed multiple publications to peer reviewed journals.




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