About Dr. Gottipolu
Dr. Padmajarani Gottipolu is a highly skilled and dedicated family practice physician who enjoys building committed, compassionate relationships with her patients. As Dr. Gottipolu joins Village Health Partners, she is excited to provide the community with a full range of experience in adult and adolescent preventative and acute care, management of chronic medical conditions, women’s health, pediatrics, and geriatrics.
Dr. Gottipolu received her medical degree from Al-Ameen Medical College in India and completed her residency at the University of Minnesota, St. John’s Hospital. She is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. In her approach to medicine, she is mindful to provide thoughtful insights and open communication when discussing medical care with patients. Dr. Gottipolu is fluent in Telugu and Hindi. She has been recognized for her commitment to patient care through several honors including, Excellence in Diabetes Care by National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) and the Quality Improvement Award by Texas Physician Practice.
Dr. Gottipolu has over ten years of experience in developing individualized care for preventative and subsequent primary patient needs ranging from pediatrics to senior care. She believes that individual well-being is stronger when preventative care methods are used rather than relying on remedial care options. Dr. Gottipolu encourages her patients to schedule regular annual health check-ups and take care of their health concerns at the onset of symptoms. She recommends maintaining a healthy lifestyle by eating a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, lean meats and plenty of fluids and regular exercise.
Dr. Gottipolu currently lives in Frisco with her husband Reddy and their two daughters. As a family, they enjoy leading a healthy lifestyle by cooking at home together and sharing in family-centered games and activities. In her spare time, she enjoys music and attending yoga and Zumba classes.
Village Health Partners serves the Plano and Collin County area including Allen, Frisco and McKinney, specializing in women’s and men’s health, pediatrics, diabetes, cholesterol, hypertension, urgent care and disease prevention. Contact us to make an appointment. Read our blog or follow Village Health Partners on Facebook and Twitter.
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"I am very happy with my physician, Dr. Gottipolu. My only regret is due to a change in insurance acceptance, I have to select another physician. I plan to stay with Village Health Partners."
"Dr. Gottipolu as well as her M.A were incredible. Extremely friendly, efficient, Dr. Gottipolu was very thorough and I was extremely impressed by her knowledge, ease to explain my lab results and plan of action from there as well as her patience. I highly recommend her!"
"I have been living in Dallas Tx 18 yrs now and have been through multiple doctors. Finally I found one that I absolutely love and feel comfortable with. She always takes her time with me and listens and is patient. She is very professional. I have been seeing her since May 2017. I will not ever see another doctor. She is the only one I want to see. I recommend her if you live in Dallas Tx. She is located at Independence Medical Village."
"Very professional. Very concerned and caring about her patient's health. Very thorough. Completely satisfied with her care"
"I love her as my doctor. She always takes the time to listen to you. She is professional and knows her job. I will only see her as my doctor."
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