The Dedication of Sudhir Choudhrie to Organ Transplant Ventures

Sudhir Choudhrie holds the title of the longest living beneficiary of a heart transplant. With the help of Dr. Mehmet Oz and a 20-year-old heart donor, Sudhir Choudhrie has lived a healthy life since his heart transplant in 1999. For him, the past two decades have been the healthiest part of his life. Due to a successful transplant and the life, he has lived afterward, Sudhir has dedicated his life to helping those with similar life struggles. He has forever been grateful to the donor that saved his life; for this reason, he is dedicated to sharing what he knows about heart transplant to the world and also assisting those who can’t afford the procedures. Sudhir Choudhrie is the author of From My Heart: A Tale of Life, Love, and Destiny. In the book, he shares his life as a heart transplant recipient in depth.

One of the organizations which Sudhir Choudhrie uses in his outreach to organ transplant recipients and donors is the Oz’s HealthCorps Organization. He has been on the Oz Show to talk about his involvement with the organization. Sudhir knows the true meaning of life, and according to him, life is priceless, but he is dedicated to trying as much as he can to help others regain their lives. Apart from his role as a philanthropist, Sudhir is a business mogul with an accumulated net worth of 2 billion USD. He has built his fortune through uplifting businesses. Air Decan India is an example of the efforts of Sudhir towards the growth of the company and more

Since his surgery at the Columbia Hospital, Sudhir Choudhrie has grown a very close relationship with the hospital. The relationship and the need to help the hospital in its various ventures donated 2.5 million USD in 2009, ten years after the major life-saving heart transplant. As one of the ways of Sudhir being hands-on with his role at the hospital, he has been allowed to serve as a board member.

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