Phone Number : 630-275-2300
Education / Awards
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
|Undergraduate||Dartmouth College Hanover, New Hampshire|
|Medical degree||Northwestern University Medical School Chicago, Illinois|
|Internship||Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee|
|Residency||Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, WI|
Radiation Oncology (American Board of Radiology)
Memberships: ASTRO, ACR, RSNA, ACRO, ISMS, AMA, ABS
Dr. Stutz primarily practices at Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital in Geneva, IL. He also provides a service at the Chicago Prostate Cancer Center. He is Board Certified in Radiation Oncology. After completing his training at Northwestern University, and the Medical College of Wisconsin, he joined Radiation Oncology Consultants, Ltd., where he has been in private practice since 1998. Dr. Stutz also practices at the Chicago Prostate Center and has proctored new prostate brachytherapy programs in Indiana, Wisconsin, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand.
Dr. Stutz has expertise in prostate cancer, treating patients with external beam conformal, as well as intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT), and permanent brachytherapy (seed implants). He has authored numerous papers and publications on the subject, and has taught courses and given lectures to other physicians. He is also experienced in breast cancer, skin cancer, lung cancer, head and neck cancer, lymphoma, and rectal cancer. Dr. Stutz has given lectures to the nursing staff on radiation oncology topics and is a member of the Good Samaritan Cancer Committee. He spends his leisure time raising three young children, as well as playing soccer and tennis.
When asked why he chose Radiation Oncology, he states, “I have found radiation oncology very fulfilling and truly believe that my skills, interests, and personality are well matched for this field. I enjoy the relationships that are made which result from really listening to patients and spending time answering questions and explaining risks, options, and benefits of their cancer treatments.”