Madhuri Kadiyala, MD, is a board-certified medical oncologist and hematologist with Northern Arizona Healthcare’s Verde Valley Medical Clinic – Sedona and Verde Valley Medical Center. She has more than 20 years of experience in oncology and hematology.
Dr. Kadiyala sees patients in her clinic at NAH’s Verde Valley Medical Center – Sedona Campus as well as at the VVMC main campus in Cottonwood. Initially, infusion treatments will be performed at VVMC while the Sedona Campus is renovated to meet regulations and as part of a larger facility planning initiative to support cancer services.
Q: What is your care philosophy?
A: To provide complete, compassionate one-on-one personalized care to patients in a friendly and spiritual environment. I use a multi-disciplinary approach in treating various malignancies.
Q: What do you want your patients to know about you?
A: I want my patients to know I am a caring, compassionate person, as well as a great listener. Through continued medical education, I strive to be at the forefront of medicine and offer the latest treatments to my patients.
Q: What do you enjoy about the field of medicine?
A: Providing care to patients and getting to know them and their families. I also enjoy participating in multi-disciplinary discussions and interacting with people of various specialties; and being an avid learner of the advances made in the field of oncology and hematology.
Q: Tell us about your specialty.
A: I have passion for medicine and a sense of pride in my specialized role as oncologist and hematologist.
While pursuing a teaching career in economics and management, I realized my true calling was to be a physician – to take care of patients. I realized I had an aptitude for medicine and a great liking for this noble profession.
Q: What are the areas of expertise and interest are you most excited about bringing to NAH?
A: I am very excited and enthusiastic about being a part of the Cancer Centers of Northern Arizona Healthcare, where I will have an opportunity to treat almost all oncologic malignancies and blood cell disorders. I look forward to being a part of the team of physicians, nurses, case managers, social workers, nutritionists and pharmacists.
Q: What do patients tell you they appreciate about you?
A: That I am caring, kind, loving, compassionate, honest, a friend, a talented professional, an exceptional doctor and a good listener.