Kimberly Collins, MD
Kimberly Collins is an assistant professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Washington. She cares for patients at the UW Neighborhood Northgate Clinic and on the Family Medicine inpatient service at the University of Washington Medical Center. She is involved in teaching family medicine residents in both the outpatient and inpatient settings. Her interests include pediatric care and care of the underserved.
Dr. Collins completed medical school at Harvard and family medicine residency at the University of Washington. Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Washington, she practiced full spectrum family medicine at Community Health Center of Snohomish County.
She enjoys living in Seattle where she has the opportunity to hike, explore local parks, and travel internationally with her husband and children.
Teaching Interests & Roles
Pediatric Residency Curriculum
Research Interests & Roles
Residency education in pediatric care and clinical practice in the inpatient and outpatient settings
Collins KL. Profitable Gifts: A History of the Merck Mectizan Donation Program and its Implications for International Health. Perspectives in Biology Medicine 2004; 47(1): 100-109.
Collins KL. Donor. In: Pories S, Jain SH, Harper G, eds. The Soul of a Doctor: Harvard Medical Students Face Life and Death. Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin Books, 2006. pp. 75-76.
Collins KL. Thinking about thinking. Journal of Surgical Education. 2009 Jan-Feb; 66(1): 58.
Education & Training
Degree or Credential
|University of Washington||Family Medicine Residency||2011|
|Harvard Medical School||MD||2008|
|Harvard University||BA, History of Science||2002|
|An Update on Inflammatory Bowel Disease.||Sairenji T, Collins KL, Evans DV||Prim. Care||2017|
|Food Consumption by Children and Adults.||Collins KL, Sanders G||Am Fam Physician||2017|