Dr. Nandivada grew up in the suburbs of Dallas and received her medical degree from Texas A&M Health Sciences Center. Upon completing her training in internal medicine, she returned to Dallas and worked for a couple of years as a primary care physician. During this time, she developed a skill in providing high value cost-conscious care to the underserved and became passionate about reducing health disparities. She soon recognized that the academic world would offer her an opportunity to truly work toward building health equity. Along with this unique passion which she brings to the UTSW campus, Dr. Nandivada also loves and believes in the value of practicing internal medicine as a primary care physician and is enthusiastic about teaching this art to future generations of physicians. Dr. Nandivada’s interests outside of medicine include her family and friends, traveling, exploring new foods- particularly street food, staying active, and coming home to get a big hug from her dog.
- Medical School
- Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine (2014)
- University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler/Good Shepherd Medical Center (2017), Internal Medicine