Dr. Sorabh Khandelwal is a professor of Emergency Medicine and the program director of the Emergency Medicine Residency program. He is a proud member of the buckeye nation, having completed his undergraduate and medical school studies at Ohio State. He completed an Emergency Medicine residency at MetroHealth Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio, and has since been a member of the faculty at The Ohio State University since 1998.
Since arriving at Ohio State, he has served as Clerkship Director for the mandatory fourth-year Emergency Medicine clerkship. He directed a required third-year clinical procedural course, and served as assistant dean of Clinical Sciences in the College of Medicine where he helped develop Ohio State's Lead.Serve.Inspire medical school curriculum.
In addition to his primary role as program director, Dr. Khandelwal also serves as director of the patient care competency in the College of Medicine. He has received the Emergency Medicine Teacher of the Year award multiple times, the Distinguished Faculty Award from the College of Medicine, American College of Emergency Physicians National Teaching Award, the Ohio State Faculty Alumni Award, and most recently he was designated a Master Teacher by the college.
He has been very active in the Clerkship Directors in Emergency Medicine, and previously served as president for the organization. Dr. Khandelwal is also active in the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine, the Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors, the American Board of Emergency Medicine, where he serves as an item writer and oral examiner. In addition, he serves on multiple committees with the National Board of Medical Examiners. His scholarly interests focus primarily on medical education.