Dr. Anuradha Seshadri is an Internal Medicine/Pediatric physician. She graduated as chief resident from SUNY Buffalo, and has lived in over 9 different countries and 16 cities. She moved from Bay Area and worked at Stanford pediatric urgent care and as a medical consultant. She decided to pursue a career in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics so that she may be able to practice true transitional care and be able to provide a more complete “family” care. She approaches each patient via a “patient-centered” approach. Her belief is that each of us is responsible for his/her own health and requires knowledge of such. Dr. Seshadri believes in a “team based” approach with doctors and medical staff working together to not only treat the patient, but also impart the patient (and the patient’s families) with the specific knowledge and information required that are unique to their condition, so that they may be able to better take care of themselves. Her interaction with the patient and families stem from the conviction that we are all members of a larger family. having the best interest of the patient, at heart at all times She speaks Tamil, Malayalam (also written), English, minimal Korean (also written), Minimal Mandarin (phonetic language) and Minimal Spanish.
Feb 29, 2013: Pediatric Grand Rounds Presentation: Transitional Health Care: Pediatric to Adult Medicine, Buffalo, NY