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Dr. Kim Curtin M.D.
Dr. Kim Curtin
Assistant Professor

Faculty Bio

Roles: Site Director, Peterborough-Kawartha Site; Behavioural Medicine DOCC lead; Care of the Adult DOCC lead 
Education: MD McMaster University, CCFP University of Calgary
Key Responsibilities: Overseeing the Peterborough-Kawartha Site with 12 full time residents 
Clinical Interests:  Medical Education, Global Health on a local scale, in particular Poverty and Health
About Me: 

Dr. Curtin started her clinical practice in Alberta in a mixture of urban family medicine and low risk obstetrics as well as comprehensive rural medicine.  After moving to Peterborough in 2003, she worked at Peterborough Regional Health Centre in a number of areas including the Emergency Department, as a part-time Hospitalist and in Subacute care.  Dr Curtin started her current family practice in Peterborough in 2007.  She has been the Site Director of the Peterborough-Kawartha program since its inception in 2008.