Sudhir Choudhrie knows what it means to keep his promises. Twenty-one years ago, the serial entrepreneur made a promise that he was going to help the Columbia Hospital. When he was making this promise, the well known philanthropist was fighting so hard to live and see the following day. Fortunately, Sudhir got excellent professionals who carefully carried out a heart transplant on him. Heart transplants were not very common and known to the medical world when Sudhir decided to try this treatment. After reaching a dead end, doctors had opted for this idea to keep the serial businessman alive. The trial was successful at Columbia Hospital. Few years after recovery, Sudhir Choudhrie created the well-known Choudhrie Family Foundation. The foundation gave all its support to Columbia hospital for the support of patients who could afford treatment. In the year 2009, Sudhir made a move that made the hospital staff very happy. The London billionaire donated over two and half million dollars to help the Cardiology section at the Columbia University Medical facility and more

Sudhir Choudhrie is not the only personality giving this foundation the funding required to make cardiology treatment possible. The billionaire and his two successful sons have been working in the hospital board for a while. At the advisory board, the motivational speaker has encouraged medical students to go an extra mile in medical research. Sudhir Choudhrie has a lot of respect to the doctors and staff who sacrificed their time and expertise to cure him and give him a second chance to enjoy life. The London philanthropist has remained very grateful to the family of a very young man who made the successful heart transplant. The excellence shown in the management of funds given at the Choudhrie Family Foundation has impressed members of the public. The family has been consistent in offering these donations for years. Doctors have benefited a lot from the funds because they have done lots of research and to know more [email protected]https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Sudhir_Choudhrie