Anand P. Lothe, MD, attended the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He graduated cum laude with honors in his major. He went on to earn his MD from Wake Forest University. While at Wake, he won a research grant from the National Institutes of Health. This led to a scientific publication in which Dr. Lothe is cited as the lead author. He completed his residency training at the Medical Center of Delaware and was certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in 1999. By continuing his education, he has renewed his certificate with the ABIM through 2019.
Since 1999, Dr. Lothe has practiced internal medicine in the Richmond area. He has been on the medical staff of Memorial Regional Medical Center, St. Mary’s Hospital and Henrico Doctors Hospital. He served as the vice-chairman of the Medicine Department at St. Mary’s Hospital. He was a clinical investigator in the Predictive 303 trial which involved diabetic patients using insulin.
Dr. Lothe has been recognized as a Top Doctor by his medical colleagues when they were surveyed by Richmond Magazine. This honor was bestowed for the first time in 2006, and for a second time, in 2008.
Dr. Lothe has also been interested in humanitarian work. Immediately after medical school, he traveled to India and worked in a leper colony in the village of Warora. He has also served on the Bon Secours Care-a-Van and in Richmond’s Fan Free Clinic. Dr. Lothe has also sponsored children in Mexico and India through Child Fund International since 1993.
Please visit Dr. Lothe’s Facebook page for more information on his hybrid concierge practice, which is designed for patients who are interested in a greater focus on wellness and prevention.