M. Thomas Cutrell, M.D.
Dr. Cutrell is a Pediatric physician who has been with PCA since 1997.
He has practiced medicine since 1981. He graduated from the University
of Texas at Austin and the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
in Dallas. He served 2 years of his pediatric residency at Children’s
Medical Center in Dallas and 2 years as Chief Resident at the Medical
College of Virginia in Richmond.
He is a Pediatric Advanced Life Support Instructor and Course Director
at Paris Regional Medical Center.
He and his wife Debbie have 3 children. He is active in his church and
likes to spend his leisure time fishing, working on carpentry projects,
and spending time with his family.
Dr. Cutrell became a pediatrician because he loves children. His parents
inspired him to help people and medicine was how he chose to do that.
He is also PCA’s Chief Engineer – Dr. Cutrell is the engineer
who keeps the trains running in the children’s waiting rooms.