Gregory Kutcher

Gregory Kutcher


Dr. Greg Kutcher completed his medical school and family medicine residency at the University of Minnesota. He’s had the opportunity to practice family medicine in the Mankato, Minnesota region and serve in senior leadership roles in both health care and the community. He is energized by and is interested in finding ways for the health care to partner with the broader community as we build healthier communities. In his roles, he has supported the growth of hospice and palliative care, and since 2016 has been grateful to work within the Mayo Clinic Health System Hospice in South West Minnesota as the medical director. He is an assistant professor of Family Medicine in Mayo Clinic.

5C – Deactivating a Pacemaker in Homecare Hospice: The Experiences of Family and Relatives of a Terminally Ill patient

Speaker(s): Gregory Kutcher, MD; Jacek Soroka, PhD, BCC, STL Although the experiences of family members who care for their relatives at the end of life have been researched extensively, there is little research regarding the needs and the experiences of families involved in caring for hospice patients with a pacemaker. Upon completion of the activity, […]