George S. Malouf Jr. MD, FACS
Dr. George Malouf Jr., a native of Boston, Massachusetts, grew up in the Washington DC area. He received his undergraduate degree in biology from Georgetown University. In 1979, he received his medical degree from University of Maryland School of Medicine. He completed a residency in Ophthalmology at the Friedenwald Institute at Maryland General Hospital in Baltimore, MD. In 1983, he returned to the Washington area where he began his practice in Camp Springs, MD.
For many years, he served as the only ophthalmologist for the trauma center at Prince George's Hospital, where he gained extensive experience in ocular trauma, including fractures of the orbit and lacerations of the face. In 1983, he performed the first corneal transplant in Prince George's county.
In addition to his professional activity, Dr. Malouf has also found time to serve on the council of the American Academy of Ophthalmology for eight years. He is a past president of the Maryland Eye Society and Prince George's medical society. He is also a past chairman of the department of ophthalmology for Doctor's Community Hospital and Prince George's Hospital. During all of this, he has found time to teach hundreds of doctors in training.
In recent years, he has been honored to serve on the board of directors of the Maryland Historical Society as well as the American Foundation for St. George's Hospital. Since 2007, he has served as Chairman of the Board of the Medical Mutual Liability Insurance Society of Maryland. In 2014, he was recognized by his colleagues and Washingtonian Magazine as a "Top Doc."