Dr. Madhu Korrapati was born in a small village in India called Pallapadu in the Guntur District of Andhra Pradesh. He graduated from Guntur Medical College, Guntur and did his M.D. in Pharmacology at JIPMER in Pondicherry. He moved to the USA in 1990 and did his Fellowship in Clinical Pharmacology at the VA Medical Center in Boise, Idaho. He then moved to New York in 1993 and did Internal Medicine Residency and Fellowship in Nephrology at Winthrop University Hospital.
He was the Best Resident of the year at Winthrop University Hospital. He has published several scientific papers and authored various textbook chapters in Clinical Pharmacology. Dr. Korrapati currently practices Nephrology on Long Island, New York. He is Vice President of The American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin – Queens & Long Island (AAPIQLI) and Chief of Nephrology at St. Joseph’s Hospital. His community service is wide ranging, both in the USA and in India.
He is one of the founding members of a National Service Organization called NATS of which he is presently the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors. He has successfully conducted approximately 23 Free Medical Camps around the nation. He is also instrumental in establishing a permanent health clinic in New Jersey. In India he is responsible for renovating schools and providing safe drinking water in his village.
He has helped in adopting several service projects in Andhra Pradesh like SEVA, the Old Age Home in Tirupathi. He has also set up RO Plants in Uddanam area to provide safe drinking water. Dr. Korrapati is blessed with a beautiful family which includes his wife Sireesha, two sons Vineet and Praneet, daughter-in-law Smita and last but not the least his two adorable grandchildren Krish and Riya.