Dr. Sathya S. Kalangi, M.D. is a Gastroenterologist, Internist physician in private practice, in the U.S. She is an educator for Hospital physician training programs and for pharmaceutical companies. She has been awarded numerous accolades for her teaching abilities. She has held numerous administrative positions of hospitals. She has designed and set up endoscopy suites in third world countries. She is a member of numerous medical and other associations. She has worked in various disasters relief areas across the globe. Some of these areas include the tsunami hit Banda Aceh, Indonesia, earthquake hit Port-au Prince, Haiti as well as locally in the United States during hurricanes Ike, Rita and Katrina. She enjoys disaster relief training at Universities in the U.S, Haiti and Argentina. She conducts numerous health camps in different countries: the United States, India ( Ongole and many remote villages, Mumbai – red light district), Haiti and Dominican Republic and Argentina. She conducts large scale Health screenings in Houston, Texas for Hepatitis, Diabetes, cholesterol etc. She is also involved in community development and education, to include the Bhutanese refugee community, in Houston, Texas. She enjoys volunteering her time at the local temples and mosques, as a physician. She is a public speaker for different organizations including churches, the Dalith organizations, the Rotary, schools and Universities in the U.S, Mumbai, India, Haiti, and also at the International Educational and Medical summit for Haiti, in Montreal Canada. She has been recognized as a “Top Worldwide Leader” in healthcare by the International Association of Healthcare Providers. In addition to this, she has been awarded “The Master Physician” and “The Most Outstanding Gastroenterologist” of the American Academy of Gastroenterology by the American Board of Gastroenterology in the year 2011. H-Texas Magazine has recognized her as Houston’s top doctors for the years 2010, 2009, 2008 and 2007. She is recognized by multiple entities as “Who’s Who” in 2008 by Hamilton’s, by Cambridge in 2007 and by Global Directories in 2007. You can visit her website www.ddapa.org.
Dr. Kalangi was invited and was on the Presidential Business Advisory Council for numerous years. Dr. Kalangi has a passion for the sick, the underprivileged, the illiterate, children/orphans, the elderly, widows/widowers and the homeless. Dr. Kalangi has been and is currently actively involved in several non profit and for profit organizations. She is the founder of “The Collective Power of One – International”. She is enthusiastically supported and encouraged by her spouse and children.