MAG member Sudhakar Jonnalagadda, M.D., installed as AAPI’s president


The Medical Association of Georgia (MAG) is applauding MAG member Sudhakar Jonnalagadda, M.D., for his recent installation as the 37th president of the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) – which is the “largest ethnic medical body in the U.S.”

“Keeping in mind that AAPI has about 100,000 members, this is a significant accomplishment,” says MAG President Andrew Reisman, M.D. “Every MAG member should be proud, and we all have some additional peace of mind knowing that a fellow Georgian will be leading one of the nation’s most influential physicians’ advocacy organizations.”

Dr. Jonnalagadda is a board-certified gastroenterologist/transplant hepatologist in Douglas. 

He is a graduate of the MAG Foundation’s Georgia Physicians Leadership Academy, he has chaired MAG’s International Medical Graduate Section, and he was the president of Georgia Association of Physicians of Indian Heritage in 2007-2008.

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