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Dr. Sejal Kuthiala is board-certified in medical oncology and practices at our Southside location. Originally from North Carolina, Dr. Kuthiala completed her undergraduate degree in biology at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, before earning her Doctor of Medicine from St. George’s University in Grenada, West Indies. After medical school, she relocated to Augusta, Ga, where she completed her residency and fellowship programs at Medical College of Georgia in Augusta.

Dr. Kuthiala began her practice in 2006 at CSNF, and like many of her colleagues, fell in love with the comprehensive approach and advanced technology and treatment that CSNF offers. With over 11 years of clinical research experience, Dr. Kuthiala has strong understanding of the future of cancer treatment and what that means for patients: “these advances allow for more directed, specific treatments for our patients,” she says. “This, in turn, allows for less time in the office and more time with their families, which is very rewarding.”

In addition to her passion for research and technology, Dr. Kuthiala has a deep appreciation for CSNF’s family environment, saying “at community practices like CSNF, you really get to become a part of your patient’s family; the bond and trust we are able to form with our patients is incredibly special.”

When not in the office, Dr. Kuthiala enjoys spending time with her three children and family, reading, and finding new recipes.

Curriculum Vitae


Medical Oncology


American Medical Association
Duval County Medical Association
Florida Medical Association
American College of Physicians
American Society of Hematology
American Society of Clinical Oncology


Medical College of Georgia


Medical College of Georgia


St. George’s University
Doctor of Medicine
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Bachelor of Science in Biology


2000 - 2006
Graduate Medical Education Committee
2003 - 2006
Cancer Committee
2003 - 2006
Blood Bank / Transfusion Medicine
2003 - 2006
Blood Bank / Transfusion Medicine


Research project at the Medical College of Georgia
“The incidence of and most common malignancies in Renal Transplant patient: a retrospective review of 1256 renal transplant patients”
Research project at the Medical College of Georgia
“Health status of offspring conceived during hydroxyurea therapy for sickle cell disease”
Research project at Duke University Medical Center
• “Study of phosphate transport in gy mice and hyp mice to detect the gene mutation for phosphate wasting by the renal tubule in X-linked hypophosphatemia”

Emedicine Chapter on Kasabach Merritt Syndrome
Bone Marrow Transplantation 37
“Randomized Clinical Trials for Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation: Lessons to be Learned From the European Experience”