Our Doctors
Anuradha Kollipara, MD

Dr. Kollipara works in the Fort Wayne, Office and specializes in Internal Medicine. Dr. Kollipara is affiliated with Parkview Hospital Randallia and Saint Vincent Kokomo..

Naren M Patel, MD

Dr. Patel works in the Fort Wayne, Office and specializes in Family Medicine. Dr. Patel is affiliated with Parkview Hospital Randallia and Saint Vincent Kokomo.

Yogeshchandra Amin, MD

Dr. Amin works in the Fort Wayne, Office and specializes in Internal Medicine. Dr. Amin is affiliated with Parkview Hospital Randallia and Saint Vincent Kokomo.

Jennifer Foley, NP

Ms. Foley works in Fort Wayne, IN and specializes in Internal Medicine. Ms. Foley is affiliated with Parkview Hospital Randallia and Saint Vincent Kokomo.

Our Practice

 

About SriSai PC

SriSai PC is a group practice with 1 location. Currently, SriSai PC specializes in Family Medicine and Internal Medicine with 3 physicians and Nurse Practitioners.

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Latest Clinic News:

 

Fort Wayne, IN.

Dec 24, 2018

 

People in a community halfway around the world will have the opportunity to enjoy better health thanks to the generosity of a local physician and the determination of an area activist.

Dr. Anuradha Kollipara, a doctor of internal medicine, whose office is located on the Jefferson Boulevard campus of Lutheran Hospital, donated a number of medical equipment bound for a clinic in the Ise-Ekiti state in Nigeria—a facility desperately in need of such equipment and supplies, say supporters.

“It’s for improving the health of people who suffer from high blood pressure and heart attacks,” said Chief Anthony Ogunsusi, founder and director of Asa Yoruba Cultural Center. “There is only one major medical facility there and the one is just a clinic. There is no equipment.”

Despite Nigeria being an industrialized nation, some segments of the country still lag far behind the world in access to modern, basic necessities, as in healthcare. For example, according to a report by Christopher Oluwadare of the Department of Sociology at the University of Ado Ekiti, Nigeria, “Nigeria has a very high under-five and infant mortality rates of 201 and 100 respectively. This is one of the highest in the world.” Additionally, Chief Ogunsusi, who hails from Ise-Ekiti, said many people in the region suffer from high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes. He said the lack of basic medical supplies and diagnostic equipment has made those diseases and others a deadly problem for the population, especially given that the one clinic in Ise-Ekiti is trying to serve 130,000 people in the area.

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