My husband and I have been going to Dr Kulka for a number of years. I have a special appreciation for Dr Kulka. He actually saved my life. He suggested that I get a cat scan and they found stage one lung cancer. If It where not for him I have no idea where I would be at this point. I am extremely grateful that my husband and I are able financially to have Doctor Kulka as our doctor.
My Philosophy and Approach to Wellness...
As a board certified physician in family medicine that serves Newtown, Yardley, Langhorne and the surrounding Bucks County areas, I have a particular interest in nutrition, preventive care, exercise and goal setting. I perform dermatological screenings as well as skin and orthopedic office based procedures including joint injections for arthritis and sports injuries. By affiliating with MDVIP, I can create a personalized medical practice, similar to a concierge practice, and can also ensure that each patient will get the time and attention they require. I am currently on staff at Holy Redeemer Hospital as well as St. Mary Medical Center where I have served as Chairman of Family Medicine as well as on numerous medical and hospital related committees. I look forward to working with you as your private doctor where we can plan for your ongoing medical and physical well-being.
About the Practice/Practice News
The best healthcare starts with a physician partner who truly knows you, your needs and your goals. In my MDVIP-affiliated practice, you come first. Third parties and red tape will not interfere with my ability to care for you the way you deserve.
Dr. Kulka's Credentials
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine/Medical College of Pennsylvania Hospital
Family Medicine 2000-2002
Chief Resident 2001-2002
North Broward Hospital District/Nova Southeastern University
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine 1999
The George Washington University
Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance 1991
American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians, Hospice and Palliative Medicine
Holy Redeemer Hospital
Sigma Sigma Phi, National Medical Honors Society 1997
Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, St. Mary Medical Center 2003-present
Medical Director, Buckingham Skilled Nursing and Acute Rehab 2011-present
Medical Director and Co-Founder, Eleanor's Garden Hospice 2014-present
Chairman, Department of Family Medicine, St. Mary Medical Center 2010-2013
Vice Chair, Department of Family Medicine, St. Mary Medical Center 2008-2009
Hospital Finance Committee, St. Mary Medical Center 2014-2016
American Osteopathic Association
Dr Kulka has been central to my medical care and for the past 12 years. His medical expertise is only surpassed by his caring and comforting presence. So grateful to be able to count on him, no matter the circumstance.
My husband and I are both new to MDVIP this year. However, in the three months we have been part of the program Dr. Kulka has helped multiple members of our family, including our 13 year old daughter with Autism.
When our daughter had a first time seizure we couldn't get a hold of our pediatrician. So we called Dr. Kulka and his team. They answered the phone immediately and… See more
The first time we met, I was in the hospital. You looked in on me instead of my attending physician (whom I understand was your colleague at that time). Based on that first experience, I knew I could relate to you and had to upgrade my physician. Im so happy I did. I appreciate your care over the years and especially your positive attitude and encouragement. Many thanks Dr. Matt.
I wasnt happy with my physician group and was in search of a new doctor. I am a Pharmaceutical Sales Representative and asked the Rep. who covered Bucks County who she recommended. Thats how I found Dr. Kulka and so happy I did. I started seeing him before going through some difficult times with health related issues. He has always been understanding, knowledgeable, helpful and I always feel… See more
I already sent something, but wanted to add a comment. Dr. Kulka recently was off for a day and a half. He was kind enough to let his patients know hed be gone, who was covering for him, but if we needed him, we could call him on his cell. I thought this was a very nice touch, although I would never expect that. Everyone deserves time away!
As membership-based healthcare fights its way to the forefront, several area doctors believe it will become the new standard. In fact, some have made… See more