Warren K. Reiss
|| Dr. Warren K. Reiss is the director of the Culver Academies’ Health Center. He earned his Bachelor
of Arts degree from Johns Hopkins University, and then attended medical school at the University of
Cincinnati School Of Medicine. Dr. Reiss completed his residency in Family Practice at Methodist Hospital of
Indianapolis. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine. |
Dr. Reiss married 1st Cynthia S. "Cindy" Shaver
there were 2 children by this marriage
Kurt Reiss (Dr) married Danielle Doty
he married 2nd Mary Kay Karzas, the deputy director of development; at Culver Acadmies.
2011 - 1 Oct - Lakeshore Clinic becomes affiliated with Saint Joseph Physician Network.
Physicians Warren Reiss, MD, and Michael Deery, MD, have practiced together for more than 35 years at Lake Shore Clinic in Culver .On October 27th 2011
the announcement was made by the Saint Joseph Physician Network that the Lakeshore clinic become part of the Saint Joseph Physician Network.
Michael F. Deery, MD, Undergraduate: Marian College, Indianapolis, graduated from the Indiana University School of Medicine and completed his residency at
Marion County General Hospital. He is board certified in family medicine and geriatrics and has 46 years of medical experience. Dr.
Warren K. Reiss, MD, Undergraduate: The John Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD; graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and completed
his residency at Methodist Hospital- Clarion Health Partners, Indianapolis, IN in Indianapolis. He is board certified in family medicine and has more than 35 years
experience providing patient-centered care
2015 - May 31 - - Culver physician for nearly four decades Reiss to retire
Jeff Kenney, Citizen editor
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Effective May 31, Dr. Warren K. Reiss, one-half of Culver's Lake Shore Clinic's MD staff (alongside Dr. Michael Deery), will retire after 38 years of serving not
only the Culver community, but also as one of Culver Academies' on-site physicians as well (also sharing that duty with Deery).
The clinic made the announcement in a letter sent to its patients earlier this month
"The staff at Lake Shore Clinic is dedicated to doing everything possible to ensure a seamless transition during this time. Our team of providers, including
Dr. Michael Deery, will continue to provide you with the quality, compassionate, and complete continuum of care you've come to expect.
Lake Shore Clinic has been the community's only family medical practice for some years now, and has remained largely as it is today for nearly four decades
(with the exception of its becoming part of the St. Joseph Health network in 2011). But the clinic also announced the impending arrival of two new
physicians, family medicine physician Dr. Rebecca Brice, and pediatrician Dr. Anome Adame.
I am confident in their ability to care for you and your family because they consider this not just a career but a calling,
Given the transition of physicians at the clinic, Martin notes that the medical records of patients who wish to transition to a new physician outside the
network will remain confidential and be transferred when consent is given by the patient.
Said St. Joseph Physician Network Executive Medical Director Dr. Clifford Martin, in the letter.
Reiss came to Culver in 1977, to serve both Culver Academies and Lake Shore Clinic, marking a shift in methodology at the Academies, where a
single doctor or "surgeon" exclusively served the school rather than sharing duties with the community by way of the Lake Shore Clinic.
Deery, who will remain in his post at Lake Shore Clinic but will retire from serving Culver Academies (as will Reiss) at the end of this school year, came
to Culver earlier, in 1968, initially to serve the clinic. He joined Reiss at Culver Academies, where the two have continued to share duties up to now,