Dr Rama Mohan Reddy V


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Dr Rama Mohan Reddy V

(D.N.B.) Surg., MD (R.T.)

Sr. Consultant Radiation Oncologist


Dr Ram Mohan Reddy is a Senior Radiation Oncologist in the Department of Oncology at Virinchi Hospitals. He has overall 22 years’ experience in oncology. Prior to joining Virinchi Hospitals, he worked as the Head of the Radiation Oncology Department at Continental Hospitals; Senior Consultant Radiation Oncologist at Omega Hospitals and Indo-American Cancer Institute; Director Oncology at Aware Hospital; Consultant Radiation Oncologist  at Bibi Cancer Hospital and CDR Cancer Hospital, Hyderabad. High Precision Radiotherapy, Radio Surgery & Brachy therapy are his areas of interest.

He encourages special drives for early detection of cancer to make it curable by conducting special awareness camps, health talks and programs and by providing the best possible treatment with precision. Dr Reddy holds the Guinness World Record for the largest number of patients (2,790 patients) screened for breast cancer (the patients simultaneous performed self-examination for breast cancer in Guntur on 20th February 2016). Dr Reddy is a friendly person who believes in teamwork and encourages it in fighting cancer. He is interested in organic farming and personally does it.


MBBS, Kurnool Medical College, Sri Venkateswara University
(DNB) surgical training at Jaya Sekharan Trust Hospital, Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu
MD (Radiation Oncology), MNJ Cancer Institute, NTR University of Health Sciences


  • He has been attending all the annual conferences of ASTRO for 15 years
  • He has been attending all the annual conferences of AROI since 1995 apart from many local body conferences


  • Taught high-precision radiotherapy techniques to trainee radiation oncologists
  • Faculty for DNB Radio therapy Program

Honours Awards

  • Received the Best Paper Award at 18th National Conference of AROI (Association of Radiation Oncologists of India)
  • Holds the GUINNESS WORLD RECORD For Largest simultaneous self-examination for breast cancer consisting of 2,790 patients in Guntur on 20th February 2016


  • Member of American Society of Radiologists and Oncologists (ASTRO) since 15 years
  • Life member of AROI (Association of Radiation Oncologists of India)


  • Rectum and Bladder Dose Variations during Prostate IGRT— An Evaluation of Bladder and Bowel Preparation Protocol – Presented at 54th Annual Meeting of ASTRO in Boston
  • Bladder and Rectum Volume Changes during Prostate IGRT – Are Bowel and Bladder Preparation Protocols Effective? Presented at European Society of Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology (ESTRO 31)