Before he established MAAN group, COL. Khaled Algarzae was the deputy director of environmental health for the military medical services. Also, he was Director of Medical Services Section, Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia, Armed Forces Office. He got his MBA in Health Care Management from Oklahoma City University. After the MBA, he got Strategic leadership of healthcare Systems training in 2008 to become a strategy leader in health care.
He was the program founder of Saudi-American Health Bridge Symposium in Washington, D.C and the founder of the Fellowship in Extreme Environmental Medicine (FEEM).
In 2009, He designed to prepare physicians intent on becoming future leaders in medicine. A key vehicle to this end is to assist the physician-candidate in attaining a slot in a US-based residency. Also, he promoted a Physician Assistant Program to the Saudi Arabia with the effort of the Prince Sultan Military College of Health Sciences. The program produced skilled health care professionals to provide medical care within the Saudi Arabian military and civilian communities.
Recently, he was involved in building the Saudi American Health Institute think tank in the USA and Saudi Arabia.