Departments & Divisions
D'Ann Duesterhoeft, MD
D’Ann E. Duesterhoeft, M.D. is a clinical associate professor of Anesthesiology in the Department of Anesthesiology at UT Health Science Center San Antonio.
She received her Bachelor of Science with highest honors in Electrical Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin in 1983. She then matriculated at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, graduating in 1987. She completed her internship in general surgery at Barnes Hospital/Washington University in St. Louis and followed with her residency in anesthesiology, specializing in Pediatric Anesthesia, and joining the faculty with an appointment as Instructor of Anesthesiology at St. Louis Children’s Hospital/Washington University in St. Louis.
In 1993, she moved to Syracuse, NY to become an Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology at the SUNY Health Science Center Upstate where she specialized in Pediatric Anesthesiology. In 1998 she and her husband moved to Parkersburg, WV to enter private practice. There she expanded her practice to include both adult and pediatric patients in a busy community hospital.
She has returned to Texas and to academic medicine and looks forward to returning to the University of Texas system.
- 1987 - Doctor of Medicine - Medicine - Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
- 1983 - Bachelor of Science - Electrical Engineering - University of Texas at Austin
- 2020 - Partner - Medicine - United Anesthesia, Inc.—Parkersburg, WV
- 2002 - Owner/Physician - Medicine - Laser Vein Clinic at Camden Clark Medical Center, Parkersburg, WV
- 2000 - Staff Anesthesiologist - Anesthesiology - Staff Anesthesiologist
- 1998 - Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Pediatric Anesthesiology - Pediatric Anesthesiology - SUNY HSC Upstate at Syracuse, University Hospital
- 1993 - Instructor of Pediatric Anesthesiology - Pediatric Anesthesiology - Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis Children’s Hospital
Instruction & Training
- 1987-1988, Internship-- General Surgery, Washington University in St. Louis, Barnes Hospital
- 1988-1991, —Residency—Anesthesiology, Washington University in St. Louis, Barnes/Jewish/St. Louis Children’s Hospital
Research & Grants
- 1980-1982--Research/Teaching Assistant—University of Texas at Austin, Department of Biomedical Engineering—Instructor, Animal Physiology Lab, development of temperature probe/esophageal impedance monitory system
- 1983-1984—Houston Instruments/Bausch & Lomb, Austin, TX—Development of PC PAD digitizer
- 1985-1986—Research Assistant Johns Hopkins University Department of Neuro-ophthalmology, Control system analysis of vestibular and optokinetic nystagmus
- 2016-2020--Camden Clark Medical Center—OB Committee
- 1996-1998—New York State Society of Anesthesiologist, Committee for PGA programming
- Junior League of Parkersburg, WV—Past President
- WV Symphony League of Parkersburg
- P.E.O.—West Virginia, Chapter L
- Alpha Phi Foundation—Heart to Heart Medical Grant Reader
- Patil VU, Morelliti AJ, Duesterhoeft DE. Fiberoptic Endoscopy in Normal and Abnormal Pediatric Modes, Anesthesiology 85:No. 3A. September 1996
- “Infants with Congenital Heart Disease Coming for Outpatient Surgery” in: 4th Refresher Course in Anesthesiology and Related Fields, Department of Anesthesiology, SUNY Health Science Center, September 1996
- “Neuromuscular Blocking Agents in Pediatric Anesthesia” in: 3rd Refresher Course in Anesthesiology and Related Fields, Department of Anesthesiology, SUNY Health Science Center, May 1994
- 1994 - American Board of Anesthesiology