Dr Khan qualified from the University of Peshawar in 2001.
Post-qualification, he worked in general medicine/surgery/orthopaedics and moved to the UK in 2004. He completed his Foundation training in North Thames Foundation School in London and then undertook a training programme in Psychiatry in Northeast of England followed by a GP Training Scheme in Harlow. Over the course of his training, he completed hospital placements in colorectal surgery, upper GI surgery, care of the elderly, stroke medicine, respiratory medicine, haematology/oncology, palliative care, emergency medicine, obstetrics/gynaecology, dermatology, rheumatology and was awarded Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2013. He has special interest in minor surgery, cryotherapy, joint injections, diabetes management especially insulin and management of chronic diseases.
He has an AHEA teaching qualification and is a GP tutor and regularly teaches medical students from the University of Cambridge and is an associate GP Trainer for the Harlow VTS scheme.
He has been a Partner in a rural practice since 2013 and enjoys managing complexities of general practice.