Doctors support Dem candidate Suneel Gupta

Suneel Gupta
Suneel Gupta

India Post News Service

LIVONIA, MI: As the health care debate continues in Washington D.C., Democrat Suneel Gupta has received support for his candidacy from a number of local doctors, all of who believe Gupta’s hands-on health care experience and proven ability to solve problems using innovation will make him an effective advocate for the district and bring a unique perspective to Congress.
Gupta created Rise, which connects patients with clinically trained providers, to address their health care challenges from diabetes to AC1-levels and beyond. Rise partnered with Michelle Obama’s White House initiative to bring health care to poorer areas of the country and Harvard Medical School invited Suneel as a visiting scholar to teach what he did there.
Doctor Asha Shajahan, a family physician dedicated to providing care to underserved communities, said, “As a proven health care leader, Suneel is uniquely positioned to fight for a progressive health care agenda and to help advocate for new solutions. With less than ten STEM educated members in Congress, he’ll bring something new to the debate and to health care policy.”

Doctor Madhu Gupta, a family medicine specialist, said, “Rise was not only successful in getting people to live healthier lifestyles but also in creating an idea that can lower costs for the American health care system by focusing more largely on preventative care. It speaks volumes that the Harvard Medical School invited Suneel as a visiting scholar to teach what he did at Rise to their students.”
Gupta said, “I’m humbled and thankful for the endorsements of these doctors, and will use my health care, business, and technology experience in Congress, working side-by-side with them to advocate for policies that provide quality, affordable care to all. I’ll fight to preserve what is working with the American Care Act, eliminate what’s not, and look to lower costs, and I’ll fight against President Trump’s over $550 million in Medicare cuts.”

Gupta continued, “I saw both of my parents lose their auto jobs and worry about their health care. I watched my father struggle with diabetes and my mother fight cancer. Those experiences are the reasons I’m fighting for health care as a right for every American.
“It’s one thing to say you’re going to Washington to address issues facing the current healthcare system; it’s another thing to have already done it,” he said.

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