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Kimberly Herrmann, M.D.

I am currently a PGY2 at Wayne State University Internal Medicine - Pediatrics Program. Prior to entering residency, I completed my education at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio with a BS in Psychology (Go X!) and medical school at Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. Throughout my career, I have developed a passion for community service and coincidently strives to know the life story of everyone around her. During medical school, I was an Albert Schweitzer Fellow creating and implimenting a Healthy Futures High School Mentorship Program and after school youth/nutrition soccer program for Appalachian youth. Prior to medical school, I worked at San Diego Youth and Community Services Teen Recovery Center as a substance abuse case manager and at Boston Health Care for the Homeless as a clinical case manager with focus on transgender and women's services.

My interest is in Primary Care as a National Health Service Corp member. I strive to work with new populations with new challenges in my career. I have a particular interest in the transgender and adolescent populations. Who knows where I will go next?

I am from Waterville, Ohio and enjoy the calm that outdoor adventures can bring to the everyday chaos of the hospital. I also love watching a good basketball game at a local restaurant, takeing a walk through Belle Isle, or catching some sun at Comerica Park! The reason why I came to Detroit was to continue my work in urban medicine in a resource limited area. I found the program had a diversity in diagnosis that I had seen anywhere else that would allow you to have access to the common as well as the rare conditions and first hand diagnosis and treatment.