About Dr. Rachakonda Prabhu
Dr. Rachakonda Prabhu has been practicing medicine for more than thirty years. Throughout his extensive career, he has significantly contributed to founding the Red Rock Medical Group, El Dorado Medical Center, and the Sleep Center of Nevada. He practices general internal medicine, in addition to pulmonary and sleep medicine, and became the first physician in Nevada to be trained and experienced in Laser Bronchoscopy. He practices Critical Care Medicine and teaches Residents and Fellows in University Medical Center and Valley Hospital Medical Center.
Dr. Prabhu has received a thorough education in both the United States and India, his birthplace, and where he emigrated from in the early 1970s. There, he attended R. G. Kar Medical College in Calcutta before emigrating the United States where he performed his internship, residency, and fellowship training at The Mount Sinai Hospital Services City Hospital Center at Elmhurst.
Dr. Rachakonda Prabhu has been practicing medicine for 30 years.
He's earned recognition from seven world leaders including former United States Presidents Obama, George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush, and Reagan.
Dr. Prabhu has published 4 well-received papers throughout his career.
Throughout his career to this day, Dr. Prabhu has taken on multiple research projects and published four well-received articles. His reputation and accomplishments have garnered such praise that he has been called to speak to these points as a guest at medical conferences and on radio shows.
Dr. Prabhu’s research has been recognized and lauded worldwide by not only the families he has served, but also world leaders such as former United States Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush, and Ronald Reagan, as well as Russia’s former Prime Minister Mikhail Gorbachev. President Obama even invited both Dr. Prabhu and his wife to attend his 2008 Presidential Inauguration. He is a proud member of the Grand Sovereign Dynastic Order of Knights of Saint George.
He has served on various hospital committees such as Quality Assurance, Medical Review, and Critical Care to ensure their patients the utmost quality service. Dr. Prabhu has also conducted numerous clinical research investigations over the past decade, eager to ensure patients are only receiving the safest medicine available.
President of the Board of Medical Examiners for the State of Nevada
- President of the Indian American Forum for Political Education
Knighted by his Imperial Royal Highness, Prince Henri Constantine into the Grand Soverign
Dynastic Order of Knights of St. George.
Dr. Rachakonda Prabhu poses with former President Barack Obama.
Dr. Prabhu is photographed with former President Ronald Reagan and former leader of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev.
Former President George H.W. Bush and his wife stand with Dr. Rachakonda Prabhu and his wife.
Currently, Dr. Rachakonda Prabhu and his wife reside in Las Vegas, Nevada. He primarily treats patients with asthma, lung disease, and undiagnosed sleep apnea. When he is not seeing patients, Dr. Prabhu can be found volunteering his time with relief funds all around the world and voluntary medical treatment. This generosity with his time and talents speaks to how much he cares about his patients and community at large. He enjoys participating in and educating and encouraging others to become involved in local level politics. Dr. Prabhu takes great pride in being part of his community and is always willing to hand in whatever capacity is needed.
When someone says charity or non-profit organization, the American Red Cross is often one of the most thought of organizations on the list. From the Red Cross mission statement, “The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.” We are going to go into more detail about the history of the American Red Cross and specifically, their work.
The American Red Cross was founded on May 21, 1881, in Washington D.C. by Clara Barton. While on a visit to Europe during the Civil War, Barton first became aware of the Red Cross network. Upon her return home, Clara campaigned for a Red Cross in America and once approved, she went on to lead it for 23 years. During her time with the American Red Cross, they began their first disaster relief efforts, both in the US and overseas.
Due to the sudden start of the war, the Red Cross grew rapidly from its original purpose of providing nursing programs, water safety, and first aid. They staffed hospitals, ambulances and were able to recruit 20,000 registered nurses to serve the military. During the influenza outbreak of 1918, Red Cross nurses were responsible for the battle against the virus. Once the war was over, they focused on helping veterans and developed their education programs from home care, safety, and many others.
During the second World Ward, the number of nurses enrolled in the military increased drastically to 104,000. The Red Cross prepared care packages, shipped supplies and collected 13.3 million pints of blood for use by the armed forces. Once World War II was over, they were able to become the “first nationwide civilian blood program” while still providing services to the armed forces throughout Vietnam, Korean and Gulf wars.
Today the American Red Cross is made up of supporters, staff, and volunteers. With the constant development and need for this organization, they’ve continued and expanded their services to include helping people that have been affected by disasters in America, supporting the military and their families, education and training on health and safety, international services and blood collection and distribution. The American Red Cross is always looking for volunteers looking to get involved in many aspects of the organization. You can help make a difference in many lives, but your involvement.