Kevin Curtis, MD, MS

Medical Director, Center for Telehealth and Connected Care, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

Dr. Kevin Curtis is the Medical Director of the Center for Telehealth and Connected Care at Dartmouth-Hitchcock. He received his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Clarkson University in 1984 and then worked as an Aerospace Engineer for McDonnell Douglas Astronautics. In 1991, Dr. Curtis obtained his M.D. from the Georgetown University School of Medicine and then served for four years in the Navy as an LCDR and General Medical Officer. He completed his Emergency Medicine Residency in 1998 at the George Washington University Medical Center followed by an Emergency Medicine Foundation Research Fellowship. Prior to coming to Dartmouth-Hitchcock in 2002, Dr. Curtis was a member of the Emergency Medicine faculty at the University of Pennsylvania, splitting time between clinical practice and research on mechanisms of cerebral ischemia after cardiac arrest. Dr. Curtis co-founded the DHMC Emergency Medicine Residency Program and served as its initial Program Director. In 2013, he received his Masters in Health Care Delivery Science from the Tuck School of Business and the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. Dr. Curtis is a recipient of the DHMC Emergency Medicine Teaching Award and the Residency Pioneer Award has been the PI of two Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Quality Grants entitled, “Delivering Value for Emergency Department High Utilizers: A High-Touch, Hotspotting Approach”. While at DH, Dr. Curtis has also served as the Emergency Medicine Research Director, the Assistant Medical Director of Emergency Services, the Medical Director of TeleEmergency, and the Medical Director of TeleUrgent Care.