Dr. Pai is a native of the Indianapolis area. She grew up in Greenwood and attended Roncalli High School. After graduating, she attended DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana where she received an undergraduate degree before completing her masters of science in cell biology and physiology at Purdue University. She received her medical degree from the American University of the Caribbean. During medical school, she rotated at hospitals in Ireland and Belize, where she was able to study a variety of medical environments and disease states. Dr. Pai completed her residency in family medicine at Wright State University School of Medicine, Dayton, Ohio in 2001.
She is licensed to practice medicine in Indiana and Ohio and is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. Her other memberships include the American Medical Association, American Academy of Family Physicians, Indiana Academy of Family Physicians, Indiana State Medical Association, and the Indianapolis Medical Society.
Dr. Pai practices primary care for newborns, children, and adults with a special interest in women’s health care and pediatric/newborn care. She is an advocate of the GO RED Campaign, which educates women about the risk of heart disease. Her specialties include skin lesion removal/biopsy, wart removal, treatment of osteoporosis, cholesterol screening and the treatment of diabetes in the adult population.
In her free time, Dr. Pai enjoys traveling with her husband, Raj, who is an anesthesiologist. Together, the Pais like explore the US – especially New York and Hawaii – and journey overseas to places such as Ireland, Italy, India and Indonesia.
When she’s not biking, hiking, reading, shopping or spending time with her family, Dr. Pai is an active member of the Tri Kappa Women’s Organization of Carmel, which provides service to a variety of charities in the Indianapolis area.