Sudhir’s story continues to be a source of hope to the hopeless and inspiration to many lives. A man that never allowed his heart problems to limit him from reaching his potential became the reflection of success by not giving up. At 70, twenty-one years since Sudhir Choudhrie’s heart transplant earned him the world’s longest surviving heart recipient patient.
In the article, The Gift of Life Provides Sudhir Choudhrie with a New Passion, by Davie Stopher. Sudhir Choudhrie advises people of the importance of taking care of their health and being agents of change by accepting a positive attitude. His surgery made a remarkable change in his life and drove him to become a source of positive inspiration by touching people’s lives. The reputable philanthropist wanted to motivate people to donate, and this led him, together with his family, to come up with a charitable organization (CFF). CCF was established in 2010 to improve education, health, and medical care globally.
Sudhir Choudhrie has devoted himself to charitable activities, and the magnitude of these was the Green Templeton College and Oxford University, where the latter’s library bears the family name. Sudhir’s involvement in medical faculty as a philanthropist accompanied by several charitable duties has been of great significance in America, United Kingdom, and India. Social amenities, education, and health care improvement were his primary concern, and he prioritized them.
In addition, his commitments to serve lives didn’t last there. He established a cardiology medical center in 2009 at the medical center of Columbia University in appreciation of the health care he received while there during his heart transplant surgery. The reputable businessman became committed to the transplant community and funded social amenity projects; health, medical, and education worldwide. Through his projects, many lives have been saved, and also the living standard of people has dramatically improved.
The entrepreneur’s devotion to improving people’s lives earned him the Asian Business Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013. He shall live a legacy among the transplant community for his tremendous effort to support people with heart problems and the world at large.