Dr. Kamran Saraf is a double board-certified physician, in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine. Originally from Maryland, Dr. Saraf has had a keen life-long interest in health and public policy. As a physician, he has committed his career to supporting the advancement of health solutions to resolve some of the most critical health issues in America such as the opiate crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic. As a member of the team, Dr. Saraf’s medical expertise and background helps guide strategic engagements on health policy.
Having been both in private practice and worked at leading institutions like the Johns Hopkins University Medical Center in Baltimore, Dr. Saraf has a diversified experience working in the medical field. Dr. Saraf has won many awards including the Maryland Senatorial Scholarship and the University of Miami Academic Achievement Scholarship. He has been named ‘Most Compassionate Doctor’ and has received the ‘Patient’s Choice Award’ each year he has been in professional practice. Dr. Saraf has also given several lectures and television interviews on various topics in the treatment and management of chronic pain.
Dr. Saraf completed his Medical School and his Anesthesiology residency at the University of Miami. He also obtained a Master of Science in Physiology and Biophysics from Georgetown University and undertook his fellowship in Pain Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. He has been inducted into multiple national honor societies and served on various boards and committees throughout his medical education. He speaks English and Farsi (Persian).