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Srinivas Bodapati, MD, MPH
Accepting New Patients
Primary care provider
Department + Services
Medicine, Internal Medicine and Adult Primary Care, Primary Care - Wellesley
Clinical Focus Areas
Identify strategies for cardiovascular risk reduction
Research Focus Areas
I am a graduate of the Public Health program at the University of Iowa. I did research on Drug interactions and polypharmacy at the Health care Effectiveness Research Center. I am also interested in chronic disease management and transitions of care.
Seeing Patients In
Tufts MC Primacy Care - Wellesley
65 Walnut Street, Suite 201
Wellesley, MA 02481
Phone #: 781-237-3395
Fax #: 781-237-3397
Yang X, Leif C, Mereddy S, Bodapati S. Unhealed lower leg ulcer in a patient with Pachyonychia Congenita, Type I. Accepted for publication in Resident and Staff Physician journal
Bodapati S, Yudell GI, Franklin B. Nodule on the chest wall in an elderly male. Paper submitted to the Resident and Staff Physician journal.
Thomas CN, Maharaj P, Bodapati S, et al. The initial Trinidad experience with Cine MRI in clinical cardiology. West Indian Med J. 2002 Mar; 51(1): 47-51
Sethi PK, Bodapati S. Diabetic Neuropathy - An assessment. Indian Medical Tribune. 1995 Nov; 3(19):9
Following graduation from medical school in India, I was a resident doctor in India. I continued in the position of a resident doctor in Trinidad, West Indies. I developed an interest in Public health and was privileged to undergo the training at the University of Iowa in the US. This academic background helped me to secure a position at the Internal Medicine Residency program in Mount Vernon, New York. I received the outstanding intern award and also served as the chief resident. After the ABIM Certification, I worked in the field of Long Term Care in Philadelphia and delivered health care at the nursing homes and Albert Einstein Medical Center. In 2012, I moved to Massachusetts and have been delivering Primary Health Care .
JR Tolkien (Lord of the Rings) coined the word Eucatastrophe. I ardently believe that Prevention is the only way going forward to halt catastrophic disease events, and that Primary Care is the crux of this effort at improving health outcomes and quality of life.
Member of the American College of Physicians
MA Medical Society
I enjoy biking and walking on the Minuteman trail near my home in Lexington. I am also actively involved in teaching Hindi as a foreign language.