Family-Owned Means Family-Centered…..

I keep saying that we are a family-owned, boutique practice. After five months since our grand opening, it is time for you to meet Chris Gamel, our business manager and practice co-owner. Click the video to learn more about his background and our practice model.

Culver Peds would not have happened without Chris’s support and behind-the-scenes work. He has been managing the business, non-clinical aspects of the practice all while working full time as Science faculty at Culver Academies. 

Thank you Chris!

We aim to be the best pediatric practice in the state of Indiana. If your child is not yet part of the Culver Pediatrics family, sign up in the email opt-in below to learn more about our boutique pediatric services.

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