Archana Kudrimoti attended medical school at Osmania Medical College Hyderabad India (MBBS Degree 1992), with additional post graduate training in Obstetrics and Gynecology (MD) at Gandhi Hospital, Hyderabad, India (1994).She came to United States along with her physician husband in 1996 and made Kentucky her home since 1997.
She completed a Family Medicine Residency from 1999–2002 at University of Louisville and was elected as Chief Resident in the final year of residency (2001–02). She sought additional training in Master’s in Public Health (MPH) at University of Louisville and a Fellowship in Geriatrics in 2002- 2004.
Dr. Kudrimoti joined the University of Kentucky as Assistant Professor at the UK Residency Program in Hazard KY (2005- 2009). She served as the Medical Director for the Eastern Kentucky Veterans Center for 2 years while residing at Hazard. She moved to Lexington in 2009 and has been practicing primary care and Geriatrics for the past 15 years at UK Healthcare in Lexington. She also spent the last 15 years teaching medical students and training resident physicians. She was promoted to Associate Professor in 2014 and since 2016 is the Residency Program Director for the Family Medicine Residency – Lexington campus.
The specialty of Family Medicine and Geriatrics gives me the opportunity to build long-term trusting relationship with patients and their caregivers and provide quality care with a focus on patient expectations, values, beliefs and preferences. It gives me great joy and satisfaction with my work when I get to know my patients' unique life stories and experiences and also when I help them meet their personal healthcare goals.
- Associate Professor of Family and Community Medicine
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