Adam Tritsch, MD
Medical School KU School of Medicine Residency Eisenhower Army Medical Center Fellowship Brooke Army Medical Center Membership American College of Gastroenterology and American College of Physicians
Dr. Adam Tritsch was born in Sabetha, KS and raised in Topeka, KS. He initially attended Highland Community College where he played football before transferring to the University of Kansas, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and later his medical degree. While at the KU School of Medicine, he met his future wife who attended University of Missouri Kansas City dental school. After graduating from medical school, he began his career in the Army and completed internal medicine residency at Eisenhower Army Medical Center. Following completion of residency, he served as Chief of Medical Residents and was selected for Gastroenterology Fellowship at Brooke Army Medical Center. After graduating from Gastroenterology Fellowship, Dr. Tritsch was assigned to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. During his six years of service there he served as the Assistant Service Chief, Associate Program Director, and Department of Medicine Deputy for Quality. Additionally, he served as a Battalion Surgeon for the 1st Infantry Division in Poland and Hungary, a hospitalist in Minneapolis, MI, and medical support on multiple congressional delegations. Dr. Tritsch chose gastroenterology for the variety of practice it allows. He enjoys the opportunity to provide preventative medicine in the form of cancer screening and treatments for his patients through clinical encounters and procedures. His special interests include colorectal cancer screening/prevention, endoscopic ultrasound, and upper gastrointestinal illness. Dr. Tritsch is board certified in internal medicine and gastroenterology and is a member of the American College of Gastroenterology and American College of Physicians. In his free time, Dr. Tritsch enjoys spending time with his wife, daughter, and son. He enjoys a variety of outdoor activities and playing sports with his kids. He enjoys watching KU basketball, Maryland lacrosse, and figuring out the Kansas City food scene.