Dr. Charles Kutler has more than 20 years of experience as an Infectious Disease specialist. Dr. Kutler obtained his undergraduate degree from New York University, completed his graduate medical education at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, residency training at St. Vincent’s in New York and his Infectious Disease Fellowship training at Beth Israel Hospital. Dr. Kutler has extensive experience in immunosuppressive disorders including HIV, transplant, oncology, chronic immune system disorders; tick-borne diseases including Lyme; infections of all organ systems; acute and chronic viral and bacterial illnesses; wound care, and travel medicine.
Practicing out of CareMount’s Fishkill office, an official Yellow Fever Vaccination site, Dr. Kutler provides full travel medicine assistance to all patients and their families, including pre-travel immunizations, counseling to help protect travelers while travelling internationally, and further medical help upon their return as needed.
Dr. Kutler was the Associate Medical Director of one of the largest HIV centers in the country, the Center for Comprehensive Care AIDS Center. He was the medical director of Wound Care for the Health Alliance in NY and the Medical Director of Antibiotic Stewardship at Nuvance in Rhinebeck, NY. Dr. Kutler taught “The Art of Medicine” at Albany Medical Center for many years. He has performed multiple medical missions in resource poor countries such as, Nicaragua, Honduras and Tibet. Dr. Kutler has been named a Castle Connolly Top Doctor for greater than 10 years and he was also the recipient of the Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award in 2016.
The Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine Award: 2016
Undergraduate & Graduate
New York University
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Saint Vincent’s Hospital
Beth Israel Medical Center