Kendra Patton is a board-certified primary care physician assistant with special interests in preventive care, integrative and alternative medicine, women’s health, LGBTQ health, and travel medicine. She works with patients of all ages in both internal medicine and family medicine at Stanford Hospital and Clinics. She has also worked as a physician assistant in the emergency department, urgent care, and women’s health clinic. She serves as the lead Educator-4-CARE (E4C) Physician Assistant in the Masters of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program within the Stanford School of Medicine. She serves as a teacher, mentor, and colleague for the duration of the student’s time in the physician assistant program.
She completed her undergraduate education in biomedical physics in Detroit, Michigan, and her physician assistant studies from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago, IL. Her clinical training was obtained in the greater Chicagoland area.
Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine - Primary Care and Population Health
Clinical Assistant Professor, Medicine - Primary Care and Population Health (2018 - Present)
MS, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Physician Assistant Studies (2013)
BS, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, Biomedical Physics (2009)