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Mohan Rao Kottamasu Edit Profile

also known as K.V.R. Mohan Rao

Mohan Rao Kottamasu, American Physician. President house staff St. Vincent's Medical Center, 1976; founding president Indian Association Greater Springfield, 1985-1986; president medical staff Mercy Hospital, Springfield, 1989-1991. Fellow American College Physicians, American College Chest Physicians; member American Thoracic Society, Massachusetts Medical Society.

Background

Kottamasu, Mohan Rao was born on January 13, 1947 in Gudivada, India. Arrived in the United States, 1973. Son of Janardana Rao and Kantharatnamma (Maddi) Kottamasu.

Education

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Gulbarga Medical College, 1972.

Career

House surgeon, Government General Hospital, Gulbarga, India, 1971-1972;intern, St. Vincent's Medical Center of Richmond, S.I., New York, 1973-1974;resident, St. Vincent's Medical Center of Richmond, S.I., New York, 1974-1976;chief resident, St. Vincent's Medical Center of Richmond, S.I., New York, 1976-1977;pulmonary diseases fellow, Deaconess Hospital, Boston, 1977-1979;clinical fellow, Harvard Medical School, Boston, 1978-1979;associate, Valley Pulmonary and Medical Associations, Springfield, Massachusetts, 1979-1981;partner, vice president, Valley Pulmonary and Medical Associations, Springfield, Massachusetts, since 1981. Adjunct assistant professor clinical pharmacy Massachusetts College Pharmacy and Allied Health Sciences, since 1984.

Membership

President house staff St. Vincent's Medical Center, 1976. Founding president Indian Association Greater Springfield, 1985—1986. Fellow: American College of Physicians, American College Chest Physicians.

Member: American Medical Association, Hampden District Medical Society (president-elect 1999, president 2000-2001, Community Clinician of the Year 2001), Massachusetts Medical Society, American Thoracic Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: tennis, chess.

Connections

Married Sarada Devi Vusirikala, December 20, 1992. Children: Pallavi, Aamani.