New Doctor Joins BHS Renal Services

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Berkshire Health Systems announces the appointment of Dr. Kevin Quiusky, a board-certified and fellowship-trained nephrologist, to the medical staff of Berkshire Medical Center and to the physician staff of the BHS Kidney Disease and Hypertension Center.

Dr. Quiusky is accepting new patients in need of renal care and is partnered with doctors David Albert, Hani Erian, David Henner, Steven Lamontagne and Henry Rose, and nurse practitioners Sheila Silsby and Susan Downey Luhrmann.

Dr. Quiusky is board-certified in internal medicine and was fellowship-trained in nephrology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. He received his medical degree from Universidad De El Salvador Medical School and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center, New York University School of Medicine, in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Dr. Quiusky provides care at the Renal Dialysis Centers operated by Berkshire Medical Center in Pittsfield and the North Adams Campus of BMC. For an appointment, call the BHS Kidney Disease & Hypertension Center at 413-447-2764.

 


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