Escaping from the jaws of death is not easy. On rare occasions do most people who undergo heart transplantation survive. However, Sudhir Choudhrie is among the few individuals who managed to undergo heart transplantation and come out successfully. It is almost ten decades since Sudhir underwent surgery. He confirms the entire process as successful, and never has he ever experienced any problem arising from the surgery.
Doctor Mehmet Oz conducted the heart transplantation process at Columbia Medical Center, New York City. To appreciate the gift of life he was granted, Sudhir Choudhrie devoted himself to charitable works. He supports the less privileged and those undergoing hardships in life through philanthropic works. Sudhir Choudhrie has also launched a program to inspire those diagnosed with heart complications and giving them hope that organ transplantation works. Sudhir confirms that fear of undergoing heart transplantation is killing many. This is because many perceive heart transplantation with death and more
In his recent interview during the Dr. Oz Show, Sudhir explained his philanthropic work and decided to venture into the career. He is actively involved in the activities of the HealthCorps organization and supports its financially. This has helped ensure that operations within the organization are streamlined and that everything runs smoothly.
HealthCorp is an organization founded by Dr. Oz. The non-profit organization was established primarily to advocate and educate the public about the importance of organ donation in organ transplantation. Through the organization, Sudhir confirms that thousands of lives have been saved. Now, HealthCorp needs over 120,000 organs for transplantation.
Sudhir Choudhrie is also the co-owner of Choudhrie Family Foundation. This is a non-profit organization used by Sudhir to make his philanthropic works successful. Since its establishment, the organization has been at the frontline to support the efforts of Columbia University department medical department. The organization also provides the required resources needed to make medical research a success.