Dr. Drew Huffman graduated from Kansas Newman University and then attended the Des Moines University College of Medicine. He obtained his degree as a Doctor of Osteopathy in 1997. He completed his residency training in internal medicine at the University of Kansas-Wichita Medical Center in 2000 and then additional training in rheumatology in the fellowship program at the University of Louisville Medical Center in 2002.
Dr. Huffman is board-certified in internal medicine and rheumatology and is a member of the Kentucky Medical Association and the American College of Rheumatology.
Before joining Tristate Arthritis and Rheumatology in 2017, Dr. Huffman practiced in Mississippi and Alabama.
What Patients Are Saying…
Excellent, thorough, thoughtful professional that takes the time to really understand your issue and LISTENS which is a rarity in most every walk of life. Very satisfied with his dedication and care. -BF
So kind and goes the extra step for his patients. Goes beyond what most doctors do. -CB
Dr. Huffman has quite literally saved my life. He successfully diagnosed my extremely aggressive case of psoriatic arthritis in spite of the lack of traditional indicators. He did what FIVE other specialist from Cincinnati to Washington D.C. to New York City failed to do, and as a result, I actually HAVE a quality of life…not an improved one but a whole new lease! Thank you Dr. Huffman. Though I hope you never need it, if you do, I sincerely wish that you receive the kind of expertise, bedside manner, patience, and problem solving skills that you’ve shown to
Great background and good Dr. Listens and then explains -DE
He is amazing. He has helped me to get some answers and said he wouldn’t give up until we figure out what is going on. He explains a lot and to where you can understand -AP-G
Dr. Huffman was the first person to diagnose my RA correctly. His compassion and support helped me through the beginning of medicine trials, dietary changes, and just getting used to the life changes that RA brings. He always made me feel like I was the only patient he had to seem even if I knew he had a waiting room full! -PC