Venu Vadlamudi, MD, RPVI, FSIR, FSVM, FASA, FACC is an interventional radiologist at Regional One Health and an Associate Professor of Radiology at The University of Tennessee Health Science Center.
Dr. Vadlamudi earned his medical degree at St. George’s University School of Medicine followed by internship at Hurley Medical Center and residency in diagnostic radiology at Michigan State University, both in Flint, Michigan. Both during and after his residency, Dr. Vadlamudi was involved in the busy trauma program at Hurley Medical Center including development of trauma imaging protocols as well as care of trauma patients. Dr. Vadlamudi went on to complete two interventional fellowships, first in vascular/interventional radiology at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan and then in neurointerventional radiology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Prior to starting at Regional One Health, Dr. Vadlamudi was in private practice in Alexandria, Virginia in a busy clinical interventional radiology practice covering all areas of interventional radiology including stroke, oncology, vascular care and non-invasive vascular imaging. While in Virginia, Dr. Vadlamudi also served as the medical director of two stroke programs and also participated in numerous clinical research trials. Dr. Vadlamudi’s work has been published in numerous academic journals such as the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery, Seminars in Interventional Radiology, Neurosurgery and Annals of Thoracic Surgery.
Dr. Vadlamudi said his favorite part of being a physician specializing in interventional radiology is the opportunity to combine his knowledge of anatomy, pathology, imaging and minimally invasive technologies to help patients and collaborate with other providers. Dr. Vadlamudi’s special interests include cerebrovascular and carotid disease, stroke, aortic and peripheral vascular disease, trauma, complex venous disease, and critical limb ischemia.
His patient care philosophy is simple: “Do the right thing for patients and you’re never wrong,” which means treating every patient with the same respect and care you would expect yourself.