Kimberly Campbell, NP

Obstetrics and Gynecology

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Personal Statement

"As a child of immigrant parents, it is my personal goal to reduce existing healthcare disparities by providing the best quality of care to women of all ages, races, ethnicities, and socioeconomic statuses. I spent most of my life thinking that I was going to be a journalist or a reporter, but after a close family member passed away, I decided to pursue a career in healthcare. It is the most selfless career, but it is rewarding."

Biographical Info

Kimberly Campbell is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner at Weill Cornell Medical Center. Kimberly was born at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and grew up in the Bronx, New York. Kimberly first entered the medical profession as a licensed practical nurse, graduating with honors from Westchester Community College. She then earned a bachelor's degree in nursing science, graduating cum laude from Monroe College. While working as a nurse at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, she received a Master of Science degree specializing in Family Nursing Practice from Lehman College. Kimberly went on to practice at a multi-specialty clinic in Brooklyn providing premium care to women of the Hasidic Jewish community. There, she provided prenatal care, birth control consultations, cervical cancer screenings and prescribed hormonal replacement therapy to postmenopausal women before deciding to return to NewYork-Presbyterian Weil Cornell. When Kimberly is out of the office, she enjoys traveling. So far, she has visited over 20 countries.

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