Ikram U. Khan is a fellow of the American Institute of Health Care Quality. He is currently president of Quality Care Consultants, LLC. Founded in 1992, this Las Vegas company provides services to employers, health insurers and hospitals in areas of healthcare policy, strategy and quality improvement initiatives combined with cost effective delivery of health care services. Khan is a recipient of U.S. Presidential Recognition for "Steadfast Devotion to Health & Well Being of Patients" in January 2000 and a "Special Congressional Recognition for Invaluable Community Service in 1994." He is a member of the Board of Regents of the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences, Bethesda, an advisory board to U.S. Secretary of Defense. He received the "Distinguished Services Medal" from this University. Khan is also a member of the Board of Trustees at Sunrise Hospital, Las Vegas, a 700-bed hospital and Nevada Cancer Institute in Las Vegas, Nevada, a not for profit institute. He has also served on various State Boards and Commissions where he received several national and state recognitions for his professional and community services. Khan earned his doctor of medicine and surgery degree at the University of Karachi, where he specialized in the field of forensic medicine, ophthalmology and pathology.