About Kaavya Paruchuri, MD

Dr. Kaavya Paruchuri completed her cardiovascular fellowship training at Massachusetts General Hospital and now joins the Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Center within the Division of Cardiology at Massachusetts General Hospital.  She previously completed medical school at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and she was a Sarnoff Cardiovascular Research Fellow at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She completed her general internal medicine residency at Tufts Medical Center.  She also completed a year as Chief Resident in Internal Medicine at Tufts Medical Center. 

Dr. Paruchuri’s clinical interests include general cardiology, cardiovascular prevention and cardiovascular rehabilitation.  Her academic goals focus on utilizing genomic and digital biomarkers to improve cardiovascular disease risk prediction and prevention. To this end, she has been involved in several studies examining smartphone applications, wearable monitors and comprehensive disease management platforms.  She is involved with cardiovascular genomics research within several different biobanks including the Mass General Brigham Biobank, UK Biobank and the Million Veteran Project.  Additionally, she serves as a telemedicine innovator within the MGH Division of Cardiology to optimize virtual care delivery protocols and improve patient care.

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MGH Cardiac Prevention Center
25 New Chardon St
Suite 301
Boston, MA 02114
Phone: 617-724-1843
Fax: 617-726-2203

Medical Education

  • MD, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
  • Residency, Tufts Medical Center
  • Fellowship, Massachusetts General Hospital

American Board Certifications

  • Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine

Accepted Insurance Plans

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Dr. Paruchuri’s clinical interests include general cardiology, cardiovascular prevention, and cardiovascular rehabilitation.  She has worked on several digital health endeavors including optimizing telemedicine workflows, implementing smartphone-based applications, wearable monitor utilization in patient care, and disease management platform development.  She also works on cardiovascular genomics in several biobanks including the MGB Biobank.