Dr. Sunkara has a focus in Urgent Care and Family Medicine and is the Site
Director for the MHMG Urgent Care. He has dual clinical training and doctoral
training in Health Services. With a strong interest in quality-of-care,
he applies data studies to clinical care and has a specialty in the design
of clinical care algorithms and patient-centered analytics. His philosophy
of clinical practice is high quality, compassionate, and effective care
for those who need Urgent Care services. He is trained in a broad section
of outpatient Urgent Care procedures and medical management of patients
across the outpatient acuity spectrum.
Sunkara, V. and Hebert, J.R., 2016. The Colorectal Cancer Mortality-to-Incidence
Ratio as a Potential Cancer Surveillance Measure in Asia.
Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention: APJCP,
Sunkara, V. and Rosenbaum, S., 2016. The Constitution and the Public’s
Health: The Consequences of the US Supreme Court’s Medicaid Decision
in NFIB v Sebelius.
Public Health Reports,
Sunkara, V. and Hébert, J.R., 2015. The colorectal cancer mortality‐to‐incidence
ratio as an indicator of global cancer screening and care.
Sunkara, V. and Hébert, J.R., 2016. The application of the mortality‐to‐incidence
ratio for the evaluation of cancer care disparities globally.
Sunkara, V., Pelkowski, T.D., Dreyfus, D. and Satoskar, A., 2015. Acute
kidney disease due to excessive vitamin C ingestion and remote roux-en-y
gastric bypass surgery superimposed on CKD.
American Journal of Kidney Diseases,
McFadden, D.L. and Sunkara, V., 2004. The educative impact of health care
treatment on malarial prevention behavior for the poor in Guinea, West Africa.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America,