My name is Brian Armentrout and I am currently a physician assistant in the Division of Internal Medicine-Nephrology. I completed my undergraduate degree in nutrition at the University of Dayton and worked as a renal dietitian prior to entering PA school. I attended Baylor College of Medicine in Houston and began my career there as a physician assistant with a large private nephrology group. In that role, I worked exclusively with outpatients and was responsible for developing patient and staff education modules.
After 10 years in Texas, my wife and I wanted to move closer to our families and were lucky enough to have an opportunity present itself at UK. Now, after a little more than a year with the UK Nephrology team, I have had the chance to work within all of our inpatient teams and outpatient clinics serving people of the region and beyond.
I particularly enjoy working for a team that provides such a variety of services in different settings, including ICU, transplantation, outpatient clinic and dialysis, as well as research. Additionally, my background as a renal dietitian continues to help our patients in understanding how diet plays an essential role in their health and care. I look forward to continuing to learn from my colleagues and patients and the future growth and development of APPs in Nephrology.
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston
Certifications and Special Training
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
Nephrology, Bone & Mineral Metabolism
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