Physician, nurse practitioner join staff of Oaklawn Pain Management Center

MARSHALL – Khurram Khan, M.D., and Jennifer Eilola, NP-BC, have joined the staff of the Oaklawn Pain Management Center in its ongoing effort to expand patient access to its broad array of medical services.

 Khan comes to Marshall from California-based Rehab Rancho Mirage, where he practiced hospice and palliative medicine, pain medicine and spinal-cord injury medicine. Khan replaces Daniel Callahan, M.D., who has transferred out of state.

After receiving his medical degree at at the Dow University Medical School, Khan served an internship in general surgery and a residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at the Wayne State University School of Medicine in 2005.

Khan’s subsequent training included studies at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, as well as fellowships in headache medicine and pain medicine at the University of Southern California.

His postgraduate work included studies at Aga Khan University in Karachi, Pakistan, featuring experience in orthopedics, pediatrics, internal medicine and general and cardiac surgery.

Khan is board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation, hospice and palliative medicine, brain-injury medicine, headache medicine and orofacial pain.

Khan is licensed to practice medicine in Michigan, California and Massachusetts. He is a member of the American Academy of Pain Medicine, Radiological Society of North America, American Medical Association, Southern Medical Association, American Physiological Society, Michigan Medical Society, GI Society of Pakistan, Pakistan Medical & Research Council, Pakistan Medical Association and the Massachusetts Medical Society.

Eilola comes to Marshall from Henry Ford Allegiance Health, with which she has been associated since 2002, most recently with its Pain Management Center, where she served as a registered nurse and interim supervisor.

Eilola received her associate’s degree in nursing in 2001 from Jackson College, and went on to receive a bachelor of science degree in nursing in 2014 from Spring Arbor University, from which she received a master of science degree in nursing in 2016, in the adult and generiatric nurse practitioner program.

Eilola is licensed as an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic. She is a member of the Michigan Council of Nurse Practitioners and the American Nurses Credentialing Center, and is certified in basic life support and advanced cardiac life support.

The Oaklawn Pain Management Center is situated in Suite 3C of the Wright Medical Building at 215 E. Mansion St., Marshall. For information, call (269) 789-4386 or visit oaklawnhospital.org/pain. The center is a joint venture for Marshall-based Oaklawn and Findlay, Ohio-based Pain Management Group.

The center provides balanced treatment for many forms of acute and chronic pain, with the goal of increasing each patient’s functionality. Staff create a tailored care plan specific to the patient’s diagnosis, and may include minimally invasive interventional procedures, referral for treatments such as physical therapy as well as medication management.

Pain Management Group partners with hospitals to provide patients and communities with safe medical solutions, by contracting with fellowship-trained, board-certified pain specialists who provide necessary services at each location. It also provides such resources as communications, clinic training, direction of day-to-day operations and data and benchmarking systems.