Meet Our Providers
Priya Reddy MD FACR
Hailing from Port Charlotte, Florida, Dr. Priya Reddy graduated from Port Charlotte High School. She completed fellowship in rheumatology at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, and prior to that, completed her Internal Medicine training at the University of Illinois - Chicago at Michael Reese Hospital.
Before opening Southwest Florida Rheumatology in 2010, she worked as an Assistant Professor in Division of Rheumatology at the University of South Florida and continues to teach and train Internal Medicine residents as Faculty and Curriculum Coordinator for Brandon Regional Hospital Residency Program - USF.
She is an executive board member of the Florida Society of Rheumatology as well as American Women In Rheumatology. She is a Fellow of the American College of Rheumatology, and has active membership with the AMA, FMA and HCMA. When not striving to keep her patients happy and healthy, she enjoys playing and listening to music and spending time with her family.
Victoria Capezza PA
Victoria joined Southwest Florida Rheumatology in November 2017. She graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and later graduated with Honors from Nova Southeastern University’s Physician Assistant program with a Master’s degree in Medical Sciences. She is licensed as a Certified Physician Assistant by the state of Florida. She is an active member of Florida Academy of Physician Assistants, American Academy of Physician Assistants, and Florida Society of Rheumatology.
Victoria worked for 1 year in the field of Neurology in Tallahassee, FL and then moved back to central Florida. Victoria grew up in Plant City, Florida, the Winter Strawberry Capital of the world, and she likes to spend time with her parents whenever she gets the chance. In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with friends, reading, writing, and exercising. Victoria has quickly fallen in love with rheumatology and is excited to be practicing medicine here and giving back to the community.