Madhavi Ampajwala, M.D.
For Dr. Madhavi Ampajwala, family medicine provides the opportunity to build strong doctor – patient relationships by offering personalized care to her patients and their families. As a Plano family doctor, providing superior patient care is one of the main reasons she joined Village Health Partners, one of the nation’s premier family medicine practices.
Patients value her friendly demeanor and extensive medical knowledge. She specializes in pediatrics & adolescents, menopause, and women’s health issues but enjoys getting to know and treating the whole family.
Dr. Ampajwala’s strong advocacy of using health technology and her ability to easily incorporate new advances into her practice make her a perfect fit for Plano’s Village Health Partners. With its electronic medical records and secure Internet access, Village Health Partners is a leading family medicine practice known for leveraging technology to enhance the patient experience and provide a higher level of care than that of traditional health centers.
Prior to joining Village Health Partners, Dr. Ampajwala worked at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Concord, New Hampshire. She received her M.D. in family practice at NH-Dartmouth Family Practice Residency in Concord, New Hampshire. At Dartmouth, she was recognized as “Best Teacher” by the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine for her efforts to educate her fellow residents, students and patients. She also received an award for effective use of evidence-based medicine in day-to-day outpatient care, ensuring patients benefit from the most up-to-date medical knowledge in the constantly evolving field of healthcare.
In addition, Dr. Ampajwala received a Bachelor in Medicine and a Bachelor in Surgery from Kakatiya Medical College in South India. She moved to Texas in 2001 after marrying her husband, a software engineer.
Dr. Ampajwala has been designated as a civil surgeon by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, which means she is authorized to perform medical examinations for alien applicants applying for permanent resident status, such as those applying for green cards. Her designation as a civil surgeon will help Dr. Ampajwala continue to provide open access to health care for those who need it.
Dr. Ampajwala resides in Frisco, Texas with her husband and two daughters. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking and gardening. You can find out more about Dr. Ampajwala on her website: http://www.doctormadhavi.com/