Mr Khaleel graduated in 1989, completed his Basic Surgical Training in London and Higher Surgical Training in Trauma and Orthopaedics on the SE St Thomas and Guys rotation. He obtained an MSc from the University of Dundee in Trauma and Orthopaedic Rehabilitation and Technology. He was appointed Consultant at Ashford and St Peters Hospital in 2002.
Mr Khaleel's Orthopaedic training and practice involves managing disorders of the Lower Limb including Arthroscopic and Joint Replacement Surgery of the hip, knee and ankle joints. He uses the best materials currently available for joint replacement surgery.
Mr Khaleel has an interest in disorders of the Foot and Ankle and routinely carries out revision surgery and complex procedures of Foot conditions. He has recently championed the use of the Ilizarov frame to manage Acute Charcot of the foot - a complex and disabling condition.
Mr Khaleel did a Fellowship in Trauma and Limb Reconstruction Surgery and undertook specialized training at the Ilizarov Scientific Centre, Kurgan, Western Siberia. This allows him to offer trauma and limb reconstruction surgery to patients locally, from regional hospitals and on occasions from abroad. He now organises and helps run national advanced courses in managing complex disorders of bone and joints.
Mr Khaleel has been involved in research to improve patient care directly and improve understanding of pathologies. Studies include how best to place components during joint replacement surgery of the hip and knee; Biomechanical and clinical studies in the ideal way to fix fractures; and outcome studies flowing surgical intervention. He has been appointed Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Royal Holloway University of London. He is a receiver for the The Bone and Joint Journal.
Mr Khaleel is very actively involved in training junior doctors and young surgeons being an Associate Tutor of the Kent Surrey and Sussex Deanery as well as a College Tutor of the Royal College of Surgeons. He is an examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons and Physicians in Glasgow.