Vikas Sayal, M.D. Named President of the Nevada Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (NAPI)
The Nevada Association of Physicians of Indian Origin is pleased to announce Vikas Sayal as President for the year 2019-20. Dr. Sayal will be at the helms of affairs at NAPI and is planning to play an active role in reinventing the association with more meaningful outreach efforts involving the medical and non-medical community at large.
Dr. Vikas Sayal, a graduate of Patiala Medical College, Patiala, Punjab is licensed in Nevada and Arizona to practice in the areas of Internal Medicine, Critical Care, and Pulmonary Diseases. With impeccable medical and academic credentials, Dr. Sayal recently started the Pulmonary Group LLC where he is currently serving as the Chief Executive Officer. Additionally, Dr. Sayal serves as the Chairman of the Medicine and Chief of Pulmonology and Critical Care at the Valley View Medical Center, Fort Mohave, Arizona. Dr. Sayal also worked as Chief of Pulmonary and Critical Care at the US Department of Veteran Affairs.
Dr. Sayal completed his internship/residency at the Tufts University’s Tufts-Lemuel Hospital, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts and St. Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston, NJ. After completing his residency, he completed the fellowship in Pulmonary Diseases from the if0 Yale University’s Bridgeport Hospital, Bridgeport, Connecticut. Additionally, his commitment towards further enhancing his skills, Dr. Sayal completed his second fellowship in Critical Care from Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva University, New York.
Dr. Sayal is looking forward to actively engage himself in the ever-challenging environment in the health care industry and its impacts on the local medical practitioners. Dr. Sayal is an ardent supporter of Las Vegas members of the Indian community and is involved with the local “non-Physician” Indian community. “I am enthusiastically considering serving the community at large and meeting the local leaders of our local community clubs and associations”, said Dr. Sayal.