About Thomas Kunelis, D.O.
Like many physicians, I grew up with a medical background, although my father tried to dissuade me from pursuing a career as a physician and as you can see, he did so unsuccessfully. My mother was an RN and my father was a Cardiologist.
After graduating from the College of Osteopathic Medicine, I completed my internship in Plantation, FL then came to Arizona to complete my Residency and Fellowship at Banner University Medical Center Phoenix (Formerly Banner Good Samaritan Hospital). While at BUMC, I was named the first DO Chief Resident in Internal Medicine.
I genuinely enjoy practicing medicine and developing a relationship with my patients. I’m an avid golfer, although I refuse to golf on any days with temperatures above 130 degrees or cooler than 2 degrees and on any days that don’t end in “Y”.