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Ramakrishna Mutyala, MBBS


Ramakrishna Mutyala, MBBS, is a pediatric gastroenterologist at Dayton Children’s Hospital and assistant professor of pediatrics at Boonshoft School of Medicine at Wright State University. He has expertise in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), eosinophilic esophagitis (EOE) and constipation.

He completed his medical education at Rajiv Gandhi Health University in Bengaluru, India. He completed his residency in pediatrics at Wayne State University & Children’s Hospital of Michigan. Following residency, he went on to complete his pediatric gastroenterology fellowship at the University of Utah & Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City.

One of his favorite things about working with children is that they are resilient and bounce back quickly!

Outside of work Dr. Mutyala enjoys biking, hiking and exploring new parks!


schedule an appointment

If your child is an existing patient, log in to MyKidsChart to schedule directly with your provider for follow-up care.

If you are new to the Dayton Children’s gastroenterology clinic, use the online scheduling tool below to schedule an appointment. New patient appointments must be done in person. To schedule by phone call 937-641-4000

conditions you can schedule for:

  • General gastroenterology
  • Inflammatory bowel disease - Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis 
  • Liver problems - hepatitis, biliary atresia, increased liver enzymes, jaundice
  • Short gut/short bowel syndrome

 View our full list of conditions we treat.

education and training

  • medical school: Rajiv Gandhi Health University
  • residency: Wayne State University & Children’s Hospital of Michigan - pediatrics
  • fellowship: University of Utah & Primary Children’s Hospital - pediatric gastroenterology
ratings and reviews

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Honestly, the provider was probably not a good fit. More clinical and used medical terms instead of in regular terms. Definitely NOT geared towards children. Sometimes I felt like he did understand what I was trying to tell him and repeated myself a few times to try to communicate what I was saying. We switched providers already.

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Everyone was very nice

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Dr. MUTYALA and his team were excellent. He did a great job thoroughly answering my questions. We were able to get my infant son in quickly for a lab abnormality issue. Labs on site were a huge plus. His RN supported my breastfeeding when my son was fussy, which I appreciated.

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The nurses were fine. The doctor was condescending and made me feel like I was dumb. As someone who was running on hardly any sleep, and had had a bad week, he gave no grace to me. He actually at one point laughed and apologized when I had given an answer. He was trying to stifle his laugh and did a terrible job at it, only making it awkward and rude. When my two year old was wondering around, like two year olds do, he at one point stopped talking mid sentence. When I looked up to see why he had stopped speaking, he was staring at me and said "oh sorry, I was making sure you were actually listening" in a way that was very rude. I really couldn't believe it. I in no way was rude nor never not listening to him, I was just trying to keep track of a toddler saying "mommy" every two mins and wanting my attention while also listening to him speak to me. I also gave him an answer he didn't like at one point, to where he kept repeating his question. I didn't know what else to say as my answer was was happened and the correct answer. If I do go back to this practice I will be looking at going to someone else. The allergist I saw here before this appointment was wonderful and kind, but the GI I saw I would never recommend to anyone. I had never had an experience like this with any doctor and it was very, very upsetting.

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