Srikar ReddySrikar Reddy, MD, FAAFP

Dr. Reddy is a family physician who serves as regional medical director of Dedicated Senior Medical Centers Michigan Market. Currently at six centers in southeast Michigan. Dedicated Senior Medical Centers are family-owned primary and specialty care practices committed to delivering superior VIP healthcare to the underserved senior population. In this role, Dr. Reddy is dedicated to delivering value-based and transformative healthcare to his patients.

Dr. Reddy was previously the ministry market regional medical director of virtual care at Ascension, where he was responsible for the implementation of a virtual care platform in ambulatory and urgent care settings for Ascension Medical Group Southeast Michigan.

From his experience as a telehealth expert, he advocates for:

  • Removing obsolete restrictions on the location of the patient and the physician
  • Maintaining and enhancing the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ authority to determine appropriate providers, services, and modalities for telemedicine
  • Ensuring clinicians at federally qualified health centers, critical access hospitals, and rural health clinics can provide telehealth services outside of the COVID-19 public health emergency
  • Removing restrictions on Medicare beneficiaries’ access to mental and behavioral health services offered through telemedicine

Dr. Reddy earned his medical degree from Saba University School of Medicine, an accredited university in the Dutch West Indies, and completed family medicine residency at Mount Carmel Graduate Medical Education in Ohio, where he was the 2009-2010 chief resident. He achieved the Degree of Fellow from the American Academy of Family Physicians (FAAFP) in 2014.

Dr. Reddy currently serves as president of Family Medicine Foundation of Michigan, MAFP's philanthropic arm. He is also an alternate delegate to the AAFP Congress of Delegates, on behalf of MAFP. Within MAFP, he previously held the positions of president (2021-2022), president-elect (2020-2021), vice president (2019-2020), speaker (2018-2019), and a director/member-at-large.