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Rakesh Dussa, MD

Family Medicine

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Lehigh Valley Physician Group

Specialties
Family Medicine
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Languages spoken
English, Telugu

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About Dr. Dussa

Philosophy of care

A scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent. As an Eagle Scout, I live by these principles and while practicing medicine. With these principles in mind, I enjoy caring for the entire family: from newborns to great-grandparents. I believe in creating a solid relationship with you based on trust and clear communication. I follow an evidence-based approach, proactive care, screening and prevention and encourage your involvement each step of the way.

Why I entered medicine

I developed my interest in medicine very early while volunteering for a local emergency medical services (EMS) squad. I loved the one-to-one connection with the patient as well as the intellectual challenge of medicine. Family medicine, specifically, allows me to care for the entire family and be involved with the community.

Community involvement

As a Boy Scout I got involved with community service at a young age. As an adult I performed high school sports physicals. I hope to continue my active involvement in community service in the Lehigh Valley area.

Personal interests

In my spare time I enjoy playing sports, hiking, working out and trying new restaurants. I am a fan of Philadelphia sports teams.

Education

Undergraduate
Montclair State University, BS-Biology, 2010

Medical Training
Ross University School of Medicine, MD - Doctor of Medicine, 2017

Training

Residency 2020
Family Medicine, Virginia Commonwealth University Health System, 00, VA

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