Board Certification

  • Otolaryngology

Area of Expertise

  • Head and Neck Surgery

Education

Fellowship

California Sinus Institute
Rhinology Fellowship
East Palo Alto, CA
2008

Internship and Residency

Albany Medical Center
Otolaryngology
Albany, NY
2003 and 2007

Medical School

Albany Medical College
Doctor of Medicine
Albany, NY
2002

Undergraduate School

University of Maryland Baltimore County
Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry
Baltimore, MD
1997

Hospitals Affiliated With

Fairfax Surgery Center
Franconia-Springfield Surgery Center
Mount Vernon Hospital
Reston Hospital Center
Reston Surgery Center

Professional Associations

American Academy of Otolaryngology
Member

American Rhinologic Society
Member

Personal Interests

Dr. Khanna is joined by his 2 sons, Evan and Neal. He enjoys basketball, racquet sports, cooking, and traveling in his spare time.

Biography

Dr. Khanna joined Dr. Nathan and the Associates in Otolaryngology in 2008 as director of the Sinus Institute of Northern Virginia. He completed his board certification in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery in 2008 and is excited to return to the DC metro area to provide quality medical and surgical care.

Dr. Khanna grew up in Rockville, Maryland and graduated from the University of Maryland Baltimore County in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry. He spent the following year as a post-graduate researcher at NIH, performing cutting edge research and producing publications. Dr. Khanna then attended Albany Medical College and earned his medical degree in 2002. Subsequently, he was accepted to the Otolaryngology residency program at Albany Medical Center and completed his surgical internship, residency, and chief residency finishing in 2007.

Following residency, Dr. Khanna was accepted for a fellowship in Rhinology – Advanced Endoscopic Sinus Surgery at the California Sinus Institute in Palo Alto, CA under Drs. Winston Vaughan and Karen Fong. While training at the Institute, he learned both the medical and surgical management of challenging sinonasal disorders. Revision endoscopic sinus surgery, balloon sinuplasty, medial orbital wall decompression, CSF leak repair, sinonasal polyp surgery, sinonasal tumor removal, and frontal sinus surgery were some of the nearly 300 sinonasal procedures performed by Dr. Khanna at the California Sinus Institute.

He is currently on staff at INOVA Mount Vernon Hospital and Reston Hospital Center, as well as Harborside Surgery Center, Fairfax Surgery Center, Reston Surgery Center, and Franconia-Springfield Surgery Center. Dr. Khanna is a member of the American Academy of Otolaryngology and the American Rhinologic Society.