Dr. B. Kiran Koduri grew up in Vijayawada, a small town in South India. He spent a month in the hospital with rheumatic fever at 8 years old and witnessed firsthand the importance of being a doctor. “That strong impression helped me pursue my career in pediatrics,” he said.
From 2010 to 2013, he was a pediatric critical care fellow at the Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo (New York), managing care for pregnant women and children in the ICU. He treated medical and surgical emergencies including trauma and traumatic brain injuries. He completed his pediatric residency and internship at the UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in 2010, training in NICU, PICU and several pediatric sub-specialties.
His parents and sister live in India and his brother, a software engineer, lives in Cheyenne. His wife is a pediatrician who works in Gillette. They have three children.
“Casper is a very nice and friendly community. Wyoming Medical Center has great doctors and nurses who are always friendly and easy to work with,” he said.
Dr. Koduri enjoys spending time with his family, listening to music and publishing.