Louis Kuritzky, MD

Louis Kuritzky, MD, is Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Community Health and Family Medicine at the University of Florida College of Medicine in Gainesville. Dr. Kuritzky received his medical degree at the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond. His internship was completed at Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio, and his residency in family practice was completed at Kaiser Hospital in Los Angeles, California.

Widely published, Dr. Kuritzky has contributed to a number of prominent journals in family medicine including Archives of Family Medicine, American Family Physician, The New England Journal of Medicine, Comprehensive Therapy, and Hospital Practice. Among his contributions are articles on management of impotence in primary care and the use of sildenafil for erectile dysfunction (ED). He has also authored audio- and videocassettes pertaining to management of ED. Among his editorial responsibilities, he serves as Associate Editor for The Physician's Therapeutics & Drug Alert.

Throughout his career in family medicine, Dr. Kuritzky has made more than 1000 presentations throughout the United States. His lectures have included a broad range of topics with a strong focus on hypertension, diabetes, and ED. He recently presented on primary care issues in ED for a satellite program of the American Academy of Family Physicians in Dallas.

He is board certified in family practice and certified by the American Society of Hypertension as a specialist in hypertension. His professional memberships include American Academy of Family Physicians, American Society of Hypertension, the Florida Academy of Family Physicians, and Association of Reproductive Health Professionals.