Sujit Kumar Kotapati, M.D. Family Medicine Physician
Primary Appointment Location
Neighborhood Clinic on Financial Centre Parkway
11300 Financial Centre Parkway
Little Rock, AR 72211
- Appointment Phone Number
New and Returning Patients
- Area of Expertise
- Primary Care
- Accepting New Patients
- Patient Type
- English, Hindi, Telugu, Urdu, Tamil, Punjabi
About Dr. Kotapati
With a background in business management and information systems, Dr. Sujit Kumar Kotapati strives to integrate information technology with medical knowledge to enhance patient care and prevent medical errors. He has special interest in chronic disease management, depression, associated with chronic diseases, non-opiate pain management, early intervention in pediatric developmental delays, clinical informatics, involvement in health care leadership/advocacy groups, behavioral health, and office procedures.
Dr. Kotapati is fluent in English, Hindi, Telugu, Urdu and understands Tamil and Punjabi.
Dr. Kotapati relocated to Little Rock, Arkansas, from Bellingham, Washington, after working for two years at a primary care medical group. When he’s away from the clinic, he enjoys wildlife photography, hiking, camping, travelling, computer coding and spending time with his wife — who is also a family physician, their two wonderful daughters and their dog Buddy.
Dr. Kotapati's Academic Background
- Family and Preventive Medicine
- Assistant Professor
Education and Training
- University of Alabama School of Medicine
- Medical School
- Windsor University School of Medicine
- American Board of Family Medicine
- American Board of Obesity Medicine
- American Academy of Family Physicians
- Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
- North American Primary Care Research Group
- American Medical Association
- American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin
Dr. Kotapati's Research
Dr. Sujit Kumar Kotapati strongly believes in the importance of research in primary care. He has presented many research projects at national and international conferences, covering topics such as the chronic care model, preventing hospital readmission, reducing the risk of falls in the elderly and effects of adverse childhood experiences in patient health.