Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
Eskenazi Medical Group/Indiana University
Neeta Agarwal, MD is a primary care physician who practices internal medicine and pediatrics at Eskenazi Health in Indianapolis, Indiana. She completed her undergraduate degree at Yale College and her doctorate at The Chicago Medical School. She did her residency in internal medicine/pediatrics at Los Angeles County/University of Southern California in 2007, worked at Kaiser Permanente in Southern California until 2009, then joined Eskenazi Health in Indianapolis, Indiana in 2010. She has an academic appointment of Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine where she serves as Assistant Statewide Course Director of their Foundations of Clinical Practice Year 1 course. Dr. Agarwal’s focus in primary care is lifestyle medicine. She has been involved in the expansion of group visits at primary care FQHC sites of Eskenazi Health and is the recipient of two grants through the IU’s department of General Internal Medicine/Geriatrics for research in obesity. Additionally, she is active in the American College of Lifestyle Medicine as the co-chair of their pediatrics/adolescent medicine interest group. In addition, Dr. Agarwal is a Fellow of the American Medical Women’s Association and serves as faculty co-chair of IU’s student chapter of the American Medical Women’s Association. She has contributed to the annual AMWA national meeting as co-chair for the 2020 Hot Topics session. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, gardening, cooking, and tennis in the suburb of Carmel, Indiana. During the pandemic, she has taken an interest in fostering dogs and has found a new passion. She is looking forward to connecting with others interested in lifestyle medicine at the upcoming national conference.