News and Press Releases


August 19, 2010

DR. GREGORY KHOURY, age 56, a resident of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, pled guilty in federal court yesterday before U. S. District Judge Martin L. C. Feldman to one count of health care fraud, announced U. S. Attorney Jim Letten.

According to court documents, KHOURY admitted that between 1999 until about June, 2006, he defrauded Medicare, the Federal Employee Health Benefit Plan (FEHBP) and its associated health care benefit providers, Blue Cross and Blue Shield (BCBS), Tricare - the health care provided for active and retired members of the armed services and their families, CIGNA, Travelers Insurance Company, and Medigap insurance carriers by submitting fraudulent claims for patients who were not physically present in his office.

KHOURY faces a maximum term of imprisonment of ten (10) years on health care fraud charge, a fine of $250,000.00 and up to three (3) years of supervised release following any term of imprisonment. Sentencing is set for January 5, 2011.

The case was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General, the U. S. Office of Personnel Management, Office of Inspector General, Defense Criminal Investigative Service, and Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Louisiana. The prosecution is being handled by Assistant U. S. Attorneys Patrice Harris Sullivan and Jordan Ginsberg.

(Download Factual Basis )



Return to Top

USAO Homepage
USAO Briefing Room
Disaster Fraud Hotline

If you believe you have been a victim of fraud from a person or an organization soliciting relief funds on behalf of storm victims or have knowledge of waste, abuse, or allegations of mismanagement involving disaster relief operations, contact the National Center for Disaster Fraud toll free at: (866) 720-5721. You can also fax information to: (225) 334-4707 or e-mail it to:

Project Safe Childhood

Help us combat the proliferation of sexual exploitation crimes against children.

Stay Connected: Visit us on Twitter

Stay Connected: Visit us on Twitter

Justice 101