Jack Kuritzky, MD

Assistant Professor of Medicine. Division of Cardiology

Specialty Areas: General cardiology; vascular medicine.

Chronology: MD, University of Rochester, 2008; Intern & Resident: University of North Carolina, 2008-2011; Chief Resident: University of North Carolina, 2011-2012; Fellow, University of North Carolina, Cardiology, 2012-2015; Board Certified Internal Medicine, 2011; Board Certified Echocardiography, Internal Medicine/Cardiovascular Disease, Vascular Ultrasound (RPVI), and Nuclear Medicine, 2015.

As a physician at UNC Cardiology at Roxboro, Dr. Kurtizky provides a wide range of ambulatory cardiac services, including consultation, echocardiography, ambulatory arrhythmia monitoring, stress testing, vascular ultrasound, and nuclear cardiology.

In addition to his clinical duties in Roxboro, Dr. Kuritzky is a faculty member of the UNC School of Medicine and works in the echocardiography lab at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill. His other areas of expertise include nuclear cardiology, vascular medicine, and risk factor modification.

Selected Bibliography:

Evaluating the effectiveness of a rapidly adopted cardiovascular technology with administrative data: the case of drug-eluting stents for acute coronary syndromes.

Federspiel JJ, Stearns SC, Sheridan BC, Kuritzky JJ, D’Arcy LP, Crespin DJ, Carey TS, Rossi JS. Am Heart J. 2012 Aug;164(2):207-14. doi: 10.1016/j.ahj.2012.05.016.

Dr. Jack Kuritzky