Sanjukta Rinku Chatterjee, MD, FACP – Intake Physician
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Medical DegreeTufts University School of Medicine, Boston
Internship/ResidencyEmory University School of Medicine, Atlanta
American Board of Internal Medicine
Fellow, American College of Physicians
"I like the integrative medicine aspect of Cancer Treatment Centers of America, because it allows patients to have access to different modalities depending on their preferences. That’s just one of many things that I find special and unique."
Dr. Sanjukta Rinku Chatterjee
Sanjukta Rinku Chatterjee, MD, FACP brings more than 15 years of experience to her role as intake physician at Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) at Southeastern Regional Medical Center (Southeastern). Dr. Chatterjee joined the team in Newnan, Georgia in December of 2012.
Dr. Chatterjee earned a medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston. She went on to complete a residency in internal medicine at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta.
Prior to joining CTCA, Dr. Chatterjee spent numerous years as the faculty advisor for Emory University’s internal medicine residents’ outpatient clinic practice improvement project. She also worked on the faculty of the International Clinic at Grady Memorial Hospital. She has taught internal medicine courses at both Emory University and Grady Memorial Hospital.
Dr. Chatterjee has published chapters in books and in teaching manuals, such as the "Ambulatory Medicine Casebook" and "Alternative Medicine" as part of the Emory Update in Primary Care. She has been a speaker at national and international conferences, including the Society of General Internal Medicine and Emory's International Medical Volunteerism Conference.
An elected fellow of the American College of Physicians, Dr. Chatterjee is board-certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Vanderbilt University, and was also Phi Beta Kappa. Dr. Chatterjee was awarded a Joseph E. Johnson Leadership Day Grant to be a representative from Georgia at the American College of Physician's Leadership Day on Capitol Hill, working with national lawmakers in Washington D.C. to improve healthcare.
“I’ve always been interested in helping people in the best possible way,” says Dr. Chatterjee on why she pursued a career in medicine. “My goal for my patients is to provide compassionate care, and let my patients know we have their best interest in mind.”
In her free time, Dr. Chatterjee enjoys spending time with her daughter, and participating in all of her various activities.