George Hutter, MD, FAAFP
Family Medicine Residency
Affiliate Associate Professor
USF, Dept. of Family Medicine
Administrator, Clinical Research
Morton Plant Mease
Wayne State University School of Medicine
Family Medicine, Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke Medical Center
Faculty Develoment Fellowship, University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC
After graduate school and following a tour of duty in the U.S. Army Reserves, Dr. Hutter worked for Boehringer Mannheim Corporation, an international diagnostic and pharmaceutical company. He held management positions in operations, research and development, and special projects, with assignments in Latin America and Europe. After 10 years, he decided to pursue a career in medicine.
Upon completing his medical education and residency, he opened a rural family practice in Fishers, IN. Soon afterward, Dr. Hutter joined the faculty at the St. Vincent's Family Medicine Residency in Indianapolis, first as an Associate Director, and then as Program Director. After seven years at St. Vincent's, he accepted a position as Medical Director for Cleveland Clinic Florida in Naples.
In 1999, he joined the USF-MPM Family Medicine Residency and became the Medical Director of the Turley Family Health Center. In May 2007, he accepted the position as Interim Program Director during a nationwide search for a permanent Program Director. Dr. Hutter has special interests in child and adolescent
medicine, community health, preventive strategies and resident and student counseling. His personal philosophy is reflected in his commitment to care for young Hispanic and inner city families, and in his passion and dedication to help residents and students be successful. He enjoys European history and literature, travel and animal welfare.