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CURRICULUM VITAE

PRASAD G. KILARU, M.D., M.B.A.

ADDRESS
39141 Civic Center Drive; Suite 110
Fremont, CA 94538
Tel No.: (510) 791-9700
Fax No.: (510) 791-9703

PERSONAL
Married, Two Children
US Citizen

e-mail: prkilaru@gmail.com

QUALIFICATIONS

M.D., M.B.A.

EDUCATION
MBA Program for Executives – MBA
Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania
May 2008 to May 2010

Hand/Microsurgery Fellowship: USC Medical Center
Los Angeles, CA
Aug 1998 to Aug 1999

Plastic Surgery Residency: USC/LA County
Los Angeles, CA
uly 1996 to June 1998

Surgical Residency: Baystate Medical Center
Springfield, MA
July 1991 to June 1996
Outside Rotations.
July ‘92 to Sept. ‘92- Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, MA
Mar ‘93, May ‘93 to June ‘93- Lahey Clinic, Burlington, MA

Rotating Intern: Gandhi Hospital
Secunderabad, A.P., India
Sept. 1989 to April 1990

Rotating Intern: Government General Hospital
Guntur, A.P., India
March 1989 to Aug. 1989

Medical School: Guntur Medical College
Guntur, A.P., India - M.B;B.S. Degree
Sept. 1983 to Jan. 1989

CERTIFICATION
ECFMG Certificate No. - 453-786-6
California Medical License No. A060104
DEA Number - BK4864597
Board Certified in Plastic Surgery - No. 6221
Eligible to take CAQ in Hand Surgery
BLS and ACLS Certified

HONORS & AWARDS

Medical School

Selected to Guntur Medical College, India, ranking 3rd in a statewide common entrance examination

Awarded Gold Medals in Social and Preventive Medicine and General Surgery for best overall performance.

Graduated with distinction in Biochemistry and Forensic Medicine.

Recipient of certificate of merit in Biochemistry, Physiology, Pharmacology, Forensic Medicine

Surgical Residency

Recipient of award for Best Resident Teacher, 1994 and 1995.

Selected by Tufts University 3rd and 4th year medical students.

WORK EXPERIENCE
Jan 97 to Jan 2001 - Per Diem Physician
Kaiser Permanente - West Los Angeles – Emergency Department

Dec 99 to Apr 2001- Staff Physician
Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
City of Hope Medical Center, Duarte, CA

Dec 99 to Apr 2001 - Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery.
Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

May 2001 to Present – Staff Physician
Washington Hospital, Fremont, CA

July 2003 to June 2005- Assistant Chair Department of Surgery
Washington Hospital, Fremont, CA

July 2005 to June 2007- Chairman Department of Surgery
Washington Hospital, Fremont, CA

July 2007 to present- Chairman Quality and Resource Management Committee
Washington Hospital, Fremont, CA

June 2004 to Present – Director of Wound Care Services
Washington Hospital, Fremont, CA

January 2010 to Present – Director of Hand Care Program
Washington Hospital, Fremont, CA

April 2004 to November 2008 – Medical Director
Essence Medespa, Pleasanton, CA

December 2008 to Present – Staff Physician
Aventine Medspa, Livermore, CA

HOSPITAL COMMITTEE WORK
Committee Chairman: Quality and Resource Management
Active member: Medical Executive committee, Credentials committee, Bylaws committee, Operating Room committee, Quality Steering Counsel, Peripheral Vascular Committee, Surgery Committee, Medication Safety committee.
Past member: Critical Care committee, Resource Management subcommittee, Continuing Medical Education subcommittee, Surgical Care Improvement Project Committee. Quality HPAC

HOSPITAL LEADERSHIP
Current Chairman Quality and Resource ManagementCommittee
Past Chairman Department of Surgery
Physician Champion Pressure Ulcer Prevention
Prior Physician Champion Surgical Care Improvement Project
Member Medication Reconciliation Committee
Member JACHO Preparedness Committee
Member Venous Thromboembolism Prevention Committee
Member Quality Steering Counsel

CHARITABLE ACTIVITY
Performed charitable surgery at Pinnamaneni Siddhartha Institute of Medical Sciences since 11/02 on a yearly basis. Went as an individual the first 3 years, arranged for three surgeons in 2006 and had helped organize the Operation Smile team with 50 individual participants including 8 Plastic Surgeons and 6 Dentists – performing over 200 procedures during the last mission and over 400 procedures over the past 5 years

SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS
American Society of Plastic Surgeons,
California Medical Society
Alameda Contra-Costa Medical Association
Operation Smile Volunteer

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Research fellow, University of Rochester Medical School
Rochester, N.Y., under Dr. M. Del Cerro,
Department of Anatomy. June 85 to July 85.

Research Fellow, Tufts New England Medical Center, Boston,
Mass., under Dr. Edwin Meares & Dr. Grannum Sant,
Department of Urology. April 87 to June 87; Feb 91 to Mar 91.

PRESENTATIONS
Grannum R. Sant, Angello A. Ucci Jr. Prasad G. Kilaru, Edwin M. Meares Jr.,
"Mucosal Mast Cell (MMC) contribution to Bladder Mastocytosis in Interstitial Cystitis." Poster presentation, The International Conference of Urology, Boston, Ma. 1988

Prasad G. Kilaru, Glen S. Brooks, Kristin Stueber.
"Mini-incision for Rectus Abdominus Muscle Harvest." New England Plastic Surgical Society Annual Meeting, Mystic, Connecticut, 5/94.

Prasad G. Kilaru, Randy Sherman.
“ Major Limb Replantation-Revisited” 1998 Plastic Surgery Senior Residents Conference, Birmingham, Alabama, 4/98

Prasad G. Kilaru MD, David M. Auerbach, MD, Trevor P. Lynch, MD, Gregory J. Hanker, MD. “Lunotriquetral Arthrodesis” American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California, 10/2000

PUBLICATIONS
Kilaru, P.G., Sherman, R.: “Tenosynovitis of the hand and forearm.” Achauer, Eriksson, and Guyuron, Coleman, Russell, and Vander Kolk, (ed.) Plastic Surgery: Indications, Operations,
Outcomes. Mosby-Year Book, 1999

PHYSICIAN GRAND ROUNDS GIVEN
Breast reconstruction
Common Problems in Hand Surgery
Cosmetic Surgery
Current Trends in Breast Reconstruction
Free Flap Reconstruction
Digit and Wrist Dislocations
Vascular Disorders of the Upper Extremity
Nonmelanoma Skin Cancers
Xerostomia
Burn Care
Vacuum Assisted Closure
Wound Care
Wound Healing
Wound Therapy and the VAC System
Diabetes and Wound Care
Quality Monitoring in the Hospital Setting
Plastic Surgery Overview
Common Problems in Hand Surgery
Quality Assurance in Surgical Care

NURSING TEACHING ROUNDS GIVEN
Wound Care and VAC Therapy
Wound Care with Specifics on Dressing Changes
Free Tissue Transfers
Care and Monitoring of Free Tissue Transfers

PUBLIC SPEEKING ENGAGEMENTS
Wound Care and Diabetes
Breast Reconstruction Options
Current Trends in Breast Reconstruction
Cosmetic Surgery