Madhuri Reddy, MD, FACOG

madhuri-reddyDr. Reddy is a board-certified Obstetrician and Gynecologist in the generalist division who enjoys fully the depth and breadth of her specialty. She was born in India and moved to the United States with her family after her high school years. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Ohio State University in 1993, and went to medical school at Indiana University in Indianapolis for her MD. Her four years of residency in OB/GYN was spent at Hutzel Hospital, Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.

Dr. Reddy joined the teaching faculty at the University of Kansas Medical Center as an Assistant Clinical Professor. Prior to joining The University of Kansas faculty, she spent four years in private practice in the Council Bluff, Iowa, area. She is married with two daughters. Dr. Reddy and her husband, who is a cardiologist, both joined the teaching faculty at the University of Kansas Medical Center in 2006.

She loves to see patients, young and old, pregnant and not-pregnant, and finds it very rewarding to experience life-changing events with them. She especially enjoys laparoscopic surgery and applies that modality to different surgeries in the field of OB/GYN, including TLH, or total laparoscopic hysterectomy.

Dr. Reddy enjoys the teaching aspects of academic medicine. She works with both medical students and residents in the clinic, surgery and the Labor and Delivery Unit, but she can honor or discuss any patient's preference regarding medical students' and/or residents' involvement in her care. She accepted the position of assistant residency program director and enjoys working with the curriculum and providing new ideas for the program. She spends time with residents and medical students on a daily basis in teaching rounds, outpatient consults and didactic lectures. She also participates in research studies along with lecturing at local, regional and national meetings.

Dr. Reddy belongs to several Professional Societies: ACOG, American Medical Association, Kansas City Gynecological Society and the Kermit E. Krantz Society, to name a few. She has been honored with the following awards: Chief Resident, Dept. of OB/GYN, 2001-2002; Best Obstetrics Resident of the year, 2001 and 2002; Dean's List, 1990-1993; Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, 1991-1993; and the Scarlet & Gray Award of Academic Excellence, 1991-1993, to name a few. She is serving on several committees within women's health and the university.