IT & Financial Dist, Nanakramguda, Gachibowli, Hyderabad, Telangana, 500035, India
Dr. Guru Nath Reddy is a Chief - Gastroenterology at Continental Hospital. He graduated from Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad India. Dr. Reddy received several gold medals and graduated with distinction and was voted as the “best outgoing student” from the college. He is among those very few Indian doctors who were elected as President of the Harris County Medical Society, the largest county medical society in the United States of America, representing eleven thousand doctors. He has also served as the President-Elect for the year of 2010 and is the first physician of Indian origin to receive the highest honor of the society, in Texas. Dr. Reddy also had the distinction of serving as President of the Houston Academy of Medicine for the year 2008-2009 whose representation also included Physicians from “the world’s largest medical center”, - Texas Medical Center in Houston, Texas.
Dr. Reddy as president will serve as the leading advocate for member physicians, patients, and community, in promoting the highest standards of ethical medical practice, access to quality medical care, medical education, research and community health. He served as chair of Board of Medical Legislation and led the “Physician Tort Reform “ for the society in 2003 and Texas is one of the two states in the United States that transformed the practice of medicine thru its medical liability reform.
Dr. Reddy, after completing his graduation in India, moved to the United States to pursue superspecialization in Gastroenterology, Liver Disease, and nutrition from the prestigious Baylor College of Medicine in the Texas Medical Center. Subsequently he founded one of the largest private Gastroenterology groups in Houston, Digestive & Liver Disease Consultants. He is known as an excellent Clinician, superb Endoscopist, a true Leader in his field and is the recipient of several accolades.
Dr. Reddy with his interventional endoscopy skills has pioneered over the years in introducing several new Endoscopic procedures in the field of for the first time in the North Houston Community. Dr. Guru Nath Reddy also heads a very large liver practice, clinical liver disease research and works closely with team of reputed liver transplant surgeons at the Texas Medical Center. Dr. Reddy serves on the clinical teaching faculty at the Baylor College of Medicine.
In his distinguished career, he served as a Chief of Staff of several hospitals, including, Houston Northwest Medical Center, Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital, and Icon Hospital. In 2002, he was the first Indian physician to be elected to serve as the Chair of the Council of Hospital Chiefs of Staff, representing over fifty hospitals.
He has conducted several CME (Continuing Medical Education) programs in India and has addressed the Indian Congress of Gastroenterology. He is involved with several healthcare initiatives. Noteworthy among them is being Chairman of Continental Hospitals Ltd. This 550 bedded multi specialty integrated healthcare facility is being developed in the IT and Financial district of Hyderabad, Nanakaramguda incorporating the best of World’s standards in design, space, safety and healthcare delivery. He strongly believes of a “new dawn” for healthcare in India.
He is extraordinarily passionate about basic health care for all of India’s citizens and regards preventive care as the cornerstone of a nation’s health. Dr. Reddy is Diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine, American Board of Subspecialty (Gastroenterology), Fellow of the American College of Physicians, Fellow of the American College of Gastroenterology, and Fellow of the International College of Physicians. He currently serves as Chairman of the Board at Memorial Hermann Endoscopy and Surgery Center and is the Medical Director.
Dr. Guru Nath Reddy is a Chief - Gastroenterology at Continental Hospital. He graduated from Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad India. Dr. Reddy received several gold medals and graduated with distinction and was voted as the “best outgoing student” from the college. He is among those very few Indian doctors who were elected as President of the Harris County Medical Society, the largest county medical society in the United States of America, representing eleven thousand ...