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Physicians //

Curtis C. Stautz, M.D. 

Clinical Interests:

Vascular and Interventional Radiology

Board Certification:

American Board of Radiology, Diagnostic Radiology, 1990
Vascular and Interventional Radiology, 1995

Professional Training:

Fellowship
University of Colorado Hospital, 1990-1991
Vascular and Interventional Radiology

Chief Resident
St. Luke’s Hospital of Kansas, 1988-1990

Residency
St. Luke’s Hospital of Kansas, 1986-1990
Diagnostic Radiology

Internship
St. Francis Hospital, 1985-1986
Transitional Internship

Medical School
Northwestern University Medical School, 1981-1985
Doctor of Medicine

Undergraduate
Cornell University, 1977-1981
Bachelor of Science, Engineering
Graduated with Distinction

Experience:

Evansville Radiology, PC, 1991-present

 

Dr. Stautz was born in Madison, Wisconsin.  As an interventional radiologist, he specializes in minimally invasive image-guided procedures to diagnosis and treat disease. Common procedures include vascular access, percutaneous biopsies, percutaneous drainage procedures, dialysis graft and fistula evaluation, vascular stenting, and nephrostomy tubes.

 

Dr. Stautz has a long history of achieving distinction in academics as well as sports.  Out of a graduating Engineering class of 400, Dr. Stautz was ranked 2nd. He received varsity letters in track and cross country while at Cornell, was an NCAA qualifier and was nominated for the Academic All-Ivy League.

 

In the Deaconess Health System, Dr. Stautz serves on the Quality Committee.

Professional Memberships: American College of Radiology, Radiologic Society of North America, Indiana Radiologic Society, Vanderburgh County Medical Society, Indiana State Medical Association, Society of Interventional Radiology.