In 1994, Dr. Pius Kurian and his wife Sally came to Springfield, Ohio, to establish a medical practice and to raise a family. In the time since, Dr. Kurian has dedicated himself to improving the health and quality of life for the region and for the thousands of patients who have sought his expert care.
Dr. Kurian is a pioneer in home dialysis therapy in the region, introducing Home Hemodialysis Modality first to the greater Dayton area. He has been a principal investigator for the FREEDOM study examining the role of home hemodialysis. He also is the first hypertension specialist certified by the American Society of Hypertension in the area. He is the first hypertension specialist in Clark and Champaign Counties to incorporate state of the art Central Aortic Pressure Monitoring into routine clinical practice. He is the first and only physician specialist in the area who was elected to Fellowship in the American Society of Hypertension (FASH) and American Society of Nephrology (FASN).
Dr. Kurian is Clark and Champaign Counties’ first board-certified specialist in Kidney Disease, Adult Hypertension, Dialysis Therapy. He maintains affiliations with Springfield Regional Medical Center and Mercy Memorial Hospital, serving as the Chairman of the Board of Community Mercy Health Partners and Springfield Regional Medical Center —as well as seeing patients at DaVita Dialysis Centers throughout the region. For the convenience of his patients, he provides care from offices in Springfield, Urbana and Fairborn.
Dr. Kurian is the only practicing nephrologist living in Springfield and is proud to call Springfield home for the last 23 years. Beyond his medical practice, he and his wife Sally are active members of Greater Springfield health, civic and outreach activities. They are very proud of their three adult children who are following in the foot steps of their father in helping people to be healthier and happier through the practice of medicine.