Kendra Patton Silverman is a board-certified Physician Assistant, practicing clinically in Internal Medicine and Family Medicine. She cares for patients of all ages at several Stanford outpatient clinics. She is also the Director of Clerkship Education at the Stanford University School of Medicine, Master of Science in PA Studies Program. In this role she ensures PA students obtain the highest quality clinical experience, training with healthcare professionals within the Stanford Health Care community, the San Francisco Bay Area, and healthcare institutions across the country. Kendra completed her undergraduate education in Biomedical Physics at Wayne State University (Detroit, MI), and her master's degree in Physician Assistant Studies at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine (North Chicago, IL). Her clinical experience includes emergency medicine, internal medicine, family medicine, women’s health, and urgent care.
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)