2004, 2008 - 2016


Kenny M. Brantley, M.D., Ph.D.  

1215 South Coulter Street, Suite 405, Amarillo, Texas 79106
(The 4 story building next to Northwest with the green roof.)

(806) 358-8437        Fax (806) 356-0045

Dr. Brantley is a native of Littlefield, Texas, and is a graduate of Texas Tech University where he obtained his BA, PhD, and MD degrees.

Dr. Brantley specializes in diagnosis and treatment of diseases involving the endocrine organs. This includes diabetes, thyroid diseases such as Graves' Disease, hypothyroidism, and thyroid cancer, pituitary diseases, parathyroid disease, and adrenal gland problems. Dr. Brantley was fellowship trained at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and opened his practice in Amarillo in 1999. He is available for both primary care and specialty care in his office, at Northwest Texas Hospital,  and BSA Hospital.

Personal: Married

College: Texas Tech University   cum laude BA Chemistry - 1985

Doctorate: Texas Tech University Health Science Center  Ph.D. Biochemistry - 1993

Medical School: Texas Tech University Health Science Center M.D,  1994

Internship: Texas Tech University Health Science Center, Lubbock  (Internal Medicine) 1994-95

Residency: Texas Tech University Health Science Center, Lubbock (Internal Medicine) 1995-97

Fellowship: University of Texas Southwestern Medical School (Endocrinology and Metabolism) 1997-1999

Years in Amarillo: 1999-

Board Certification: Internal Medicine - 1997

Areas of Special Interest: Treatment of diabetes, diagnosis and treatment of thyroid problems, osteoporosis, pituitary and adrenal gland problems, treatment of male sexual dysfunction.

Hospitals used: Northwest Texas Hospital and Baptist/St. Anthony's Hospital

Taking New Patients: Yes. Appointments required.

Office Hours: 9a-12n 2p-4p by appointment

Languages spoken: English.

Office with Handicapped access: Yes.

Services in Office: Lab, X-Ray, Bone Densitometry, EKG, computer analysis of glucose meter results.


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