Kimberly is trained in pulmonary and critical care medicine working currently in the ICU setting. Her passions include treating and caring for patients with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, Pulmonary Hypertension, and Autism. Her practice experience includes critical care medicine, pulmonary medicine, and hospitalist medicine in a variety of settings to include the intensive care unit, pulmonary clinic, long term acute care, long term vent unit, and skilled nursing facilities.
Kimberly began her career in 2002 in bedside nursing, leadership, education and administration including chief operating officer and as a hospital administrator. After 5 years in administration she transitioned back to clinical practice as a Nurse Practitioner in pulmonary and critical care medicine in 2012.
Professional growth and empowering patients to take control of their health has been a priority to Kimberly over the years. She has sat on the board of the Allied Health Committee at Florida Hospital Orlando since 2015, Served on the advisory board for the Chicago IPF foundation in 2015, was responsible for development of the first 24 hour magnesium pump in 2004 to combat renal wasting syndrome, partnered in the development of medical software for patient population health management, and also helped develop a black box warning app for both patients and providers.