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Sreeni Gangasani and Subrahmanya Bhat appointed to Georgia Medical Board

August 2021
Sreeni Gangasani and Subrahmanya Bhat appointed to Georgia Medical Board

Dr. Sreeni R. Gangasani and Dr. Subrahmanya Bhat were appointed to Georgia Composite Medical Board by Governor Brian Kemp. The Medical Board comprises 16 members who oversee matters pertaining to the licensing of specific areas of practice and have committees that review and look into the enforcement of the laws and rules of the board.

[Left] Dr. Sreeni Gangasani with family as he is sworn in by Governor Kemp. 

Dr. Sreeni R. Gangasani is a practicing cardiologist in Lawrenceville, Georgia for over 20 years. Currently Director of GAPI Volunteer Clinic, he is founding partner of Cardiovascular Group based in metro Atlanta. Graduate ofCM_08_21_3.jpg Physician Leadership academy, he has been past president of Georgia Association of Physicians of Indian Heritage (GAPI), past Board of Trustee and Vice Chair of American Association of Physicians of Indian origin (AAPI), Chair of 37th AAPI convention in Atlanta in 2019, Chair of AAPI Global Health Summit for 2019-20 in Hyderabad, India and 39th AAPI convention in Atlanta. He has also been past Chair of Department of Internal Medicine at Northside Gwinnett Hospital, past Board Member of Gwinnett Medical Center Foundation and immediate past Chair of Board of Directors, Association of Telugu Medical Graduates of USA (ATMGUSA). He has also served as Chair of AAPI Awards committee for year 2020-2021.

  [Right ] Dr. Subrahmanya Bhat with Governor Kemp.

Dr. Subrahmanya Bhat currently serves as the President of Association of Kerala Medical Graduates (AKMG). Dr. Bhat graduated from Calicut Medical college with first class and received the prestigious Dr. Pisharidy Memorial Gold medal in medicine. He is board certified in internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, critical care medicine, and integrative pain management. He serves as board member at Clayton State University, Hindu Temple of Atlanta, and Good Shepherd Clinic serving underprivileged people. Having established several educational scholarships in Atlanta and in India, the Bhat family recently started a foundation for community service, health and education.

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