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|Medical School: ||University of Kansas School of Medicine |
|Residency: ||Internal Medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center |
|Fellowship: ||Cardiovascular Disease at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine |
|Board Certified: ||Cardiovascular Disease and Internal Medicine |
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2214 Canterbury Drive
Hays, KS 67601
Dr. Curtis is a native of Hays and western Kansas. He is a graduate of Fort Hays State University (1977), and received his M.D. degree from University of Kansas School of Medicine in 1981.
Dr. Curtis completed a four year residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Kansas Medical Center in 1985, serving the fourth year as Chief Medical Resident. Dr. Curtis then served a three year Fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in Chapel Hill, finishing in 1988.
Moving back to Kansas, Dr. Curtis joined the Cotton-O'Neil Clinic in Topeka where he practiced general and Interventional Cardiology for Fourteen years.
Dr. Curtis moved back to Hays in July of 2002 and now practices at the DeBakey Heart Institute at Hays Medical Center. His interests are in coronary and peripheral artery angiography and intervention, including carotid artery stenting, as well as newer treatment for heart failure such as Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy, (Bi Ventricular pacing), and Implantable Cardiodefibrillator Therapy. General cardiology and noninvasive evaluation of cardiac disease are also a significant part of Dr. Curtis' practice at DHI. Dr. Curtis also sees teenage and adolescent patients for a variety of cardiovascular problems.
Dr. Curtis is Board Certified in Internal medicine and Cardiovascular Disease. He is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians.