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The Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Show With Jimmy Moore

May 27, 2020

Episode 1645

Dr. Ravi Kamepalli is our special interview guest on Episode 1645 of The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.

“Healthcare is godly, but it is not God.”

- Dr. Ravi Kamepalli

Dr. Ravi K. Kamepalli is a Board certified Infectious Disease physician and an Epidemiologist. He certified wound specialist and Diplomate of American board of obesity medicine practicing at Regional Infectious Diseases and Infusion Center, Inc. Lima, Ohio since 2003. Dr.Kamepalli received his medical degree from Guntur Medical College, Guntur, AP, and India. He did his residency at Wyckoff Heights Medical center, Brooklyn, New York and Infectious Diseases fellowship at Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Center, New York. He has also been conferred Fellow of Infectious Disease Society of America (FIDSA) for achieving professional excellence in infectious diseases. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor in department of Internal Medicine, Infectious Disease, The University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences. He was the Past Medical director of hyperbaric clinic and chief of division of Infectious Diseases at St.Ritas Medical Center. He has a passion for all things infection and wound related, with a particular emphasis on Healthcare delivery, transition of Care and use of technology including telemedicine to break down barriers to healing. He has particular understanding and interest in population health as it helps to have greater impact. He has participated on multiple Expert Consensus Panels and has been a speaker at multiple national and international conferences. He is actively involved in clinical research in over 60 Clinical trials. His dream project ( ) is to create a self-sustaining health care system in India and he understands that is only through the use of Population health methodologies and technologies like telemedicine.

Listen in today as Jimmy talks with Dr. Kamepalli all about Covid-19 and his findings might just surprise you.

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