Dr Gulati is a triple board-certified physician specializing in endocrinology, diabetes, metabolism, lifestyle medicine, as well as internal medicine. She serves as medical director of Lifestyle Medicine at Connecticut’s Middlesex Health Hospital, and a senior attending physician in endocrinology. As director, Dr Gulati has been involved in starting novel culinary medicine based Shared Medical Appointments at her Middlesex clinical endocrine practice, which was published as an abstract at American Association of Clinical Endocrinology’s official journal Endocrine Practice. She is an Associate professor of Internal Medicine at the Quinnipiac University Frank H. Netter School of Medicine, where she is involved in teaching medical students about Lifestyle Medicine as well as Endocrinology. She runs the Endocrinology elective for Middlesex Health Family Medicine residents.

Dr Gulati has been a passionate advocate for employees’ wellness and health through Lifestyle Medicine solutions. She is the physician representative at Middlesex’s employee wellness oversight committee. She is currently actively engaged in creating a pilot “Type 2 Diabetes remission/ prevention program” for the organization’s staff, which is a culinary medicine/ Lifestyle pillars based group visit available to all employees at her self-insured organization. She actively synergizes and networks with various national and local stakeholders to bring more sustainable models of reimbursement to Lifestyle Medicine clinical practice, e.g. leveraging Lifestyle Medicine for self-insured employers to reduce their healthcare claims costs. As Director, Dr Gulati has facilitated her health system to become one of the founding members of ACLM’s Health Systems council.

Dr Gulati chairs the American College of Lifestyle Medicine’s Endocrinology member interest group as well as co-chairs the American College of Lifestyle Medicine’s sub-committee on women’s reproductive health. She has authored several book chapters and journal articles on type 2 diabetes remission with lifestyle approaches; women’s reproductive and hormonal health, gonadal disorders, PCOS, pituitary disorders, etc. She has also published on Business of Lifestyle medicine & bringing healthier lifestyles to workplaces. She is one of the co-authors of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine’s recently published Expert Consensus Statement on “Dietary Interventions for type 2 diabetes remission.”