Dr. R. Prasad Mantravadi

  • MD
  • Radiation Oncologist
  • Spoken languages English

Overview

Dr. Mantravadi has extensive experience in treating breast, colorectal, and head and neck cancers, and has expertise in interstitial implants for gynecological malignancies. His personal philosophy is that radiation oncologist’s responsibilities go beyond the day-to-day interaction with patients and includes public education and volunteer work. He received the American Cancer Society 1999 Lane Adams National Award for providing outstanding, compassionate, high-quality care to cancer patients.

Career Positions

Current position(s)

  • Radiation Oncology Assoc., P.C. - Radiation Oncologist, Fort Wayne, IN

Past position(s)

  • Indiana University School of Medicine, Fort Wayne Center for Medical Education - Clinical Associate Professor of Radiology, Fort Wayne, IN
  • Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine - Associate Professor of Clinical Radiology, Chicago, IL
  • University of Illinois Medical Center - Radiotherapist, Chicago, IL

Education

Universities

  • Guntur Medical College Andhra University, Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery, Guntur, India
  • Institute of Medical Sciences Osmania University, Diploma in Medical Radiology (D.M.R.), Hyberabad, India
  • Institute of Medical Sciences Osmania University, Doctorate in Medicine in Radiology, Hyberabad, India

Residencies

  • University of Illinois Hospital Abraham Lincoln School of Medicine, Radiation Oncology, Chicago, IL

Accomplishments

Awards and honors

  • Awarded “R.L.N. Reddy Gold Medal” by Andhra Pradesch Branch of Indian Radiological Society for being Best Outgoing Student in M.D. Radiology Examination held in November 1972.American Cancer Society Volunteer of the Year Award 1993 – 1994.Lew Robbins Memo

Rao Mantravadi's Reviews

Overall

based on 112 Ratings 18 Comments

2020

I couldn't have asked for a better experience. Everyone was very patient with me and answered every question I asked

2020

Seen them in person

2020

Everything wad grest.

2020

Nothing. It was fine.

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