Kelly Barbour, MD
Good medicine is compassion and caring for the whole person - their physical and mental and emotional health as well as their family and community health. I also believe good medicine is being able to help patients coordinate care between primary care provider and specialists, and help navigate the complex health care system. I want to be able to help patients achieve their health goals.
- Adult Medicine
- Children’s Medicine
- Transgender Health
- Whole Family Medicine
- University of Missouri
- Swedish Family Medicine
- American Board of Family Medicine
I chose HealthPoint because I believe everyone should have access to quality health care no matter their income, race, ethnicity. I want to be a part of an organization that cares about health of individuals and our community and puts a priority on their health before their pocketbook.
My special interests include mental health, transgender medicine, Suboxone treatment, refugee and immigrant populations, and pediatrics. Outside the clinic, I enjoy spending time with my husband and two young kids. I am an avid hiker/camper and love to be outside in nature. I love both playing and watching soccer. I also enjoy yoga, photography and crossword puzzles.
Providing Care at HealthPoint since 2007