Satya is a retired General Medical Practitioner following 36 years in NHS and 31 years as GP. He was previously Chairman of the Local Medical committee in Wolverhampton for 8 years and was a member of the General Medical Practitioners Committee BMA representing Black Country GPs for 9 years. He has been a Fellow of the British Medical Association since 2013 and was awarded this honour for extraordinary service to the profession. He is President of Black Country division of BMA
Satya is a Patron of Inter Faith Wolverhampton and for Midland Confederation of Indians.
He has established an Organ donation group in West Midlands and is keen to promote Organ Donation in all sections of Society. He was awarded MBE for services to Wolverhampton and healthcare in 2010.
Satya was awarded Global Indian excellence award by World Consulting and Research Corporation in 2014.
Recent projects include helping earthquake victims in Nepal, working in Kenya to provide water to help over 1,000 families, and climbing Ben Nevis to raise funds for wells in Pakistan.
In 2018 he has been appointed president of the Red Cross in the West Midlands.
Appointed in 2014.