Dr. Kawtar Al Khalloufi is a transplant hepatologist with Tampa General Hospital who is board certified in internal medicine, gastroenterology and transplant hepatology. Prior to joining Tampa General, she served as a transplant hepatologist with Cleveland Clinic Florida’s Transplant Center, where she was an abdominal transplant center representative for patient experience. Dr. Al Khalloufi has provided valuable guidance in her field as a clinical assistant professor at Florida Atlantic University. She is a member of the National Liver Review Board, which was established to improve the process of assessing and determining liver transplant priority for candidates with exceptional medical conditions. Before joining Cleveland Clinic Florida in 2017, Dr. Al Khalloufi completed a transplant hepatology fellowship at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. She was a chief fellow during her gastroenterology fellowship at Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C., where she previously had been a chief resident. She also was honored as a chief fellow during her hepatology fellowship at Florida Hospital in Orlando. Fluent in English, French and Arabic, Dr. Al Khalloufi graduated with summa cum laude distinction after studying at Université Hassan II in Morocco. She has dozens of research publication entries to her credit and has completed reviews for the Journal of Clinical and Translational Hepatology.
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Medical School: Université Hassan II (Casablanca, Morocco), Residency: Internal Medicine, Chief Resident Howard University Hospital (Washington, D.C.), Fellowships: Transplant Hepatology Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore, Md.), Gastroenterology Howard University Hospital (Washington, D.C.), Hepatology Florida Hospital (Orlando, Fla.)