Dr.Ranga Reddy’s coffee table book on history of AAPI released

A Coffee Table Book, chronicling the history of AAPI was released during the Mini Convention and the Fall Governing Body Meeting of American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin on September 26th, 2020 at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel, Chicago, IL.

Ambassador Arun Kumar, Consul General of India in Chicago, along with Dr. Suresh Reddy, Immediate Past President of AAPI released the book in the presence of AAPI delegates from around the nation.The  first copy of the book was presented to Dr. Ranga Reddy, Chair, AAPI History Task Force & Past President, 1997-98, who chronicled historical book over the past three decades.

“This coffee table book is dedicated to all the “First Ladies” who have sacrificed innumerable hours of their family time for the sake of AAPI,” Dr. Suresh Reddy, while releasing the book said. “My sincere gratitude and appreciation to all of the leaders of AAPI, and in particular to Dr. Ranga Reddy for being the “Shrusti-Kartha” of this book.” 

Dr. Ranga Reddy, who was honored during the Convention, in his remarks, said, “It was a passion for history that made this historic moment a reality.” 

A Medical Graduate of Kurnool Medical College, where he had obtained MBBS and M.S degrees, Dr. Ranga Reddy had his training in Anesthesiology at SUNY in New York. Starting his career at St. Louis University School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Anesthesiology, he later on, moved to Springfield, Illinois to join practice in Memorial Medical Centre, where he served as the Chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology.

Dr Ranga Reddy

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