Dr. Chebel Khalil was born and raised in Lebanon. He completed medical school at the Lebanese University and decided to pursue higher education in the United States. His journey started in Michigan, where he graduated in Internal Medicine at Henry Ford Health System and was valedictorian of his residency class. He is also a graduate of Wayne State University, where he earned his Nephrology fellowship and was a chief fellow during his last year of training.
Dr. Khalil joined the Kidney and Hypertension Center in 2010. He had extensive training in Interventional Nephrology and has performed over 5,000 procedures involving dialysis accesses. He constantly applies new techniques and uses a multi-disciplinary approach to treat difficult cases and challenging scenarios. He also enjoys all aspects of Nephrology and is dedicated to providing exceptional care in his office, hospital rounds, and dialysis management.
As a patient, you can expect to be greeted by Dr. Khalil with a caring and professional attitude. You will get his individual attention during your appointment, and he will be responsive to your concerns and calls. He is driven by the challenge and finds great satisfaction and incredible privilege in serving his patients.
Dr. Khalil practices out of our Good Samaritan and Eastgate office locations and speaks English, French, and Arabic. When he isn’t at work, he loves spending time with his family, traveling, and playing the keyboard.
Clifton (Good Sam) Office
Nephrology; Internal Medicine; Interventional Nephrology
American Society of Nephrology
American Board of Internal Medicine
American Society of Diagnostic and Interventional Nephrology
Wayne State University, Michigan
Henry Ford Health System, Michigan
Lebanese University, Lebanon