Board Certification

  • Internal Medicine

Area of Expertise

  • Rheumatology

Education

Fellowship

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Rheumatology
Richmond, VA
1976

Residency

Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Internal Medicine
Richmond, VA
1972

Internship

Montefiore Medical Center
Internal Medicine
Bronx, NY
1971

Medical School

University of Virginia School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Charlottesville, VA
1970

Undergraduate School

Williams College
Bachelor of Science in Biology
Williamstown, MA
1966

Hospital Affiliated With

Bon Secour St. Mary’s Hospital

Professional Associations

American College of Physicians
1976 – Present

Virginia Society of Rheumatologists
1980 – Present

Publication

“Cluster Attack – A Rare Presentation of Gout and Pseudogout” Virginia Medical Journal¬†(1977).

Academic Appointment

Virginia Commonwealth University
Department of Internal Medicine, Associate Clinical Professor

Personal Interests

Dr. Titus likes to travel, read, play tennis, play golf, and watch his three grandchildren grow.

Biography

Dr. C. Kent Titus has practiced Internal Medicine at 2201 Grove Avenue since 1976 when he joined Blanton Martin Wickham and Hall. He also has a subspecialty interest in Rheumatology. He is a graduate of Williams College, class of 1966, and the University of Virginia Medical School, class of 1970, with house staff and fellowship training at Montefiore Hospital New York City and the Medical College of Virginia. He served two years as a Major in the United States Air Force Medical Corp. He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and maintains active admitting and consultative privileges at St Mary’s Hospital. He serves as an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Internal Medicine Virginia Commonwealth University.