Devdutta Sangvai MD, MBA

Dev Sangvai

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Devdutta Sangvai, MD, MBA

Devdutta Sangvai, MD, MBA is President, Duke Regional Hospital, and Vice President for Duke Population Health Management, Duke University Health System. Dr. Sangvai is also professor of family medicine, pediatrics, and psychiatry at the Duke University School of Medicine and professor in the Program in Education at Duke University..   

In addition to his work at Duke, Dr. Sangvai is significantly involved in leadership and organized medicine both locally and nationally. He has served as president of the North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS), and served as the chair of the young physician's section of the American Medical Association (AMA). Dr. Sangvai has also served in national roles with the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).  He has been a member of the North Carolina Medical Care Commission and currently serves on the North Carolina Medical Board.

Dr. Sangvai graduated from the Ohio State University and received his M.D. from the Medical College of Ohio, where he also completed his family medicine and chief residencies. He earned his M.B.A. from the Duke University Fuqua School of Business. Dr. Sangvai is a certified physician executive with the American College of Physician Executives (ACPE) and fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP). He has received national recognition as Presidential Leadership Scholar by Library/Foundation of Presidents George W. Bush and William J. Clinton for potential to have impact on community and society.

Wahidi MM, Haywood HB, Bass GD, Nathanson I, Chowdhury A, Sangvai D. Value-Based Care for Chest Physicians. Chest. 2023 May;163(5):1193–200.

Shah NP, Page C, Green CL, Gao M, Cavalier J, McGarrah RW, et al. Bending the Cardiovascular Event Curve by Evaluating the Potential Impact of Achieving Low-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol Goal Across a Large Health System Among Secondary Prevention Patients. Am J Cardiol. 2023 Jan 1;186:91–9.

Sangvai DG, Rietz AM, Viera AJ. Ischemic Heart Disease. In: Family Medicine: Principles and Practice: Eighth Edition. 2022. p. 1055–63.