Dr. Kidd joined Family Medical Associates in 2014. She is board certified
in family medicine and received her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree
from Midwestern University, Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. She
was born and raised in California and obtained her undergraduate degree
from the University of California in Davis, in Neurobiology and Physiology.
Dr. Kidd completed her residency training in Tacoma, Washington through
the University of Washington.
After her residency, she worked for the Department of Defense at the Fort
Bliss Army base in El Paso, TX where her husband served as an active duty
staff physician. Dr. Kidd enjoyed working with military families as well
as active duty soldiers and retired service members. Additionally, she
performed various other administrative tasks and pioneered the start of
William Beaumont Army Medical Center’s first Immigration Clinic,
of which she was the medical director. After three years, Dr. Kidd transitioned
into the community and served as physician and site medical director for
the Sierra Providence Urgent Care clinic in El Paso.
Dr. Kidd is fluent in Spanish and enjoys practicing the full spectrum
of family medicine, caring for patients of all ages and all ethnic backgrounds.
She believes in a holistic approach to health care, addressing each patient
as a whole person and not just a patient with a disease. She strives to
empower her patients to be knowledgeable, informed and active participants
in their health care so they can make choices to achieve the best possible outcome.