Dr. Kuk is board certified in Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology and Cardiovascular Disease. After earning his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, he completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center and fellowship training in both cardiovascular disease and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology at the University of Maryland Medical Center.
He enjoys caring for the Lynchburg community because it is full of wonderful folks that deserve the best cardiac electrophysiology care possible without having to travel beyond their backyard. When he is not providing care at the Heart and Vascular Institute, he likes to golf, ski, listen to live music, and most importantly loves spending time with his 4 daughters, 3 dogs, 2 turtledoves and 1 loving wife.
- University of Maryland Medical Center, January 1970
- Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, January 1970
- Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center, January 1970
- Doctor of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, January 1970
- American Board of Internal Medicine — Cardiovascular Diseases
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