Dr. Spandana Nallapati is a developmental-behavioral pediatrician. She earned her medical degree from Ross University Medical School in 2012 and completed her pediatric residency at Brookdale Hospital Medical Center in Brooklyn, NY, in 2015.
In 2017, Dr. Nallapati became a LEND graduate from the Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities and got certified by the American Board of Pediatrics. She further completed a developmental-behavioral pediatric fellowship at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in 2018 and got certified in developmental pediatrics the following year.
Dr. Nallapati is highly experienced in hospital and clinical settings with children with disabilities and their families. She has a strong background working with minorities and low-income populations, especially those from inner-city neighborhoods. Being an advocate for her patients and their families is one of her greatest passions.
Dr. Nallapati has several professional roles. She is a general pediatrician at Teladoc, Inc., an attending physician at Children’s Specialized Hospital, a medical question editor at the American Physicians Institute, a physician reviewer at IMEDECS Inc., and a board member of the Adtalem Empower Scholarship Board of Directors.
In her time outside of work, Dr. Nallapati shares a love of scuba diving, gaming, hiking, traveling, and trying new food with her husband.
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