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Dr. Revis is a native of Cincinnati. He chose nephrology due to the wide range of interesting clinical issues that nephrologists can help treat. Born and raised in Cincinnati, Dr. Revis aims to improve and promote the health of all his patients through comprehensive, evidence-based care.

A devoted clinical educator, Dr. Revis is proud to be an invited speaker to many physician training programs across the city including Jewish Hospital, Bethesda North Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital, Christ Hospital, and the University of Cincinnati. He also participates in education with the department of Nephrology at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.  He enjoys backpacking and plays the guitar.


Primary Location(s):

Mercy West Office

Montgomery Office

Board Certification:

Internal Medicine; Nephrology

Fellowship:

Ohio State University

Residency:

The University of Cincinnati; additional year as Chief Resident

Medical School:

University of Cincinnati

College:

Ohio State University

Professional Associations:

ACP, ASN, NKF, ASDIN

Professional Awards:

During his residency training, Dr. Revis was one of the few two-time winners of the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Humanism and Excellence in Teaching Award. He was named graduation commencement speaker by his fellow graduates and remained at UC for a chief residency year with a focus on physician education and quality improvement. He was awarded the distinguished fellow award at The Ohio State University in 2012 as the top fellow. American Medical Association Physician Recognition Award with Commendation, 3-year certificate, 2010. Certificate of Recognition for Resident Education, American Academy of Family Practice of Family Physicians, presented by Bethesda Family Practice Residency, 2014. Cincinnati Top Doctor 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020.

Additional areas of clinical expertise, training, subspecialty certifications, or interests:

Interventional Nephrology, kidney stones, hypertension.

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