Adolph A. Kutzmann, MD
1896 - 1982
Adolph Aaron Kutzmann, MD was born in November 1896 in Chicago, Illinois. He moved to California where he received his entire education—from grade school through medical school—and, in 1925, entered the private practice of urology in Los Angeles (LA).
Dr. Kutzmann completed his preliminary college education at the University of California at Berkeley in 1918, and served in the Medical Reserve Corp from 1917 to 1918. He went on to receive his medical degree in 1922 from the University of California Medical School, followed by three and a half years of post-graduate work in urology including completion of his urological residency at the University of California Hospital in San Francisco. In 1927, he was granted AUA membership. In 1928, he was appointed by Alexander Randall, MD as junior attending urologist at the LA General Hospital, and was noted by Dr. Randall to have a "wonderful urological mind" and to be "one of the best trained young men in America." Dr. Kutzmann was