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Donald A. O'Kieffe, M.D.
A graduate of Yale University, Dr. O’Kieffe has been a Clinical Professor of Medicine at George Washington University since 1988. As of 1972, he has served as a Medical Consultant to the Department of State Medical Division and The White House, and has in the past been the Associate Chief of Gastroenterology at D.C. General Hospital. Dr. O’Kieffe carried out the first colonoscopy in the Washington area in 1972. In addition to his private practice of gastroenterology, Dr. O’Kieffe has served as Chairman of several committees of the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, has been a Board member, and is the current ASGE Delegate to the American Medical Association. He is an active member of the Procedures Review Committee of Blue Cross/Blue Shield of the National Capital Area, and is a Fellow in the American College of Physicians and American College of Gastroenterology. Aside from his professional affiliations, his involvement in the community is evident with his participation in the Development Board of the Washington Episcopal School. Dr. O’Kieffe’s talents are also indicated by his fluency in Spanish, and numerous publications, films, courses, and presentations. Married, with three children, his personal interests include golf, skiing, jogging, and travel.
 

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Donald A. O'Kieffe, M.D.