Dr. Burton received her Undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Eastern Kentucky University in 1982. She worked as a Quantitative Analytical Chemist in the coal industry.
She received her Doctorate in Medicine from University of Louisville School of Medicine, Class of 1996. Dr. Burton completed medical training with the University of Kentucky Family Practice Residency- Southeast., 1999.
Dr. Burton has served as a Primary Care Physician, Hospitalist, Urgent Treatment Physician and Emergency Department Physician in several rural and urban Kentucky locations.
She has more than 21 years practice experience with some of Kentucky's most complicated Geriatric and Pediatric populations. She is also qualified to medically treat individuals addicted to opiates.
Beverly Szukis received her first degree in nursing in 1979 and began her career as a staff nurse in the ICU. After falling in love with nursing, she returned to school and received a Post Graduate Certificate Nurse Practitioner degree from the University of Louisville in 1996, and then a Doctorate of Nursing Practice from Bellarmine University in 2013.
Over the course of her career, she has served as a Primary Care Provider, Internal Medicine Provider at Norton Medical Associates, and has worked in Oncology at Norton Cancer Institute. She is also qualified to medically treat individuals addicted to opiates.