Dr. Sudhakar Jonnalagadda named 37th President of AAPI
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Recently, the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI), representing over 100,000 Physicians, Fellows and Academicians of Indian Origin announced its 37th President, Dr. Sudhakar Jonnalagadda. Known as Dr. S Jonna locally, he practices Gastroenterology and Transplant Hepatology in Douglas, GA and is an active member of the Coffee Regional Medical Center staff.
Dr. Jonna stated, “I am humbled to serve AAPI and to contribute to the shaping of healthcare in the United States.” Due to the current pandemic, the national group was unable to meet in person, however they had a successful meeting and were able to appoint an outstanding 2020-2021 Board for AAPI.
The AAPI Executive Committee team consists of President Dr. Sudhakar Jonnalagadda; President-Elect Dr. Anupama Gotimukula; Vice President Dr Ravi Kolli; Secretary Dr Amit Chakrabarty; Treasurer Dr Satheesh Kathula, Sajani Shah, Chair, Board of Trustees, Ami Baxi, YPS President; Kinjal Solanki, MSRF President and Regional Directors Dr. Sujeeth Punnam, Dr. Hemant Reddy Vallapureddy, Dr. Roshan Shah, Dr. Meher Medavaram, Dr. Dharmesh Gandhi, Dr. Sunil Kaza, Dr. Subbarao Bollepalli, Dr. Himanshu Pandya, Dr. Sumul Raval, Dr. Bhushan Panyda and Dr. Malti Mehta.
AAPI offers so much value to its members including networking, advocacy, and continuing education. To learn more about AAPI, and see the official announcement and Dr. S Jonna’s Presidential acceptance speech, visit AAPI online at https://www.aapiusa.org/about-aapi/presidents-message/
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