Kimberly is a full time Emergency Medicine Specialist at Modbury Hospital, in the Northern Adelaide Local Health Network, and is a Clinical Senior Lecturer at the University of Adelaide.
Kimberly completed her medical degree at the University of Adelaide, and trained mainly at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, whilst also spending time training in Alice Springs and regional Queensland. She has a Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, and a Graduate Certificate in Clinical Education.
She has particular interests in public health, workforce and the role of emergency physicians as advocates. In pursuit of this, Kimberly currently serves on the Section Executive of the Advancing Women in Emergency Section, the Public Health and Disaster Committee and the Diversity and Inclusion Steering Group. She is an active member of the SA Doctor’s For the Environment Australia Committee.
Kimberly is interested in creating better outcomes for those in our community who have less power and voice, addressing workforce maldistribution across regional and rural Australia, and improving the experience of interacting with an emergency department for staff and patients alike.