As an experienced Family Medicine provider Dr. Kiki has been practicing with the Kadlec West Richland Primary Care Clinic since 2010. He went into medicine with the goals of helping families in the community with their overall health, including their acute and chronic medical problems. He also works with individuals in preventing medical problems from developing. He became a doctor to make a positive and meaningful difference in the lives of those in his community by helping them maintain an active and healthy lifestyle. Dr. Kiki also has a dedication for the future of medicine and works as an Adjunct Clinical Professor at Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences, as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the department of Medicine and Education and Clinical Sciences at Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine Washington State University, and a Clinical Preceptor at Gonzaga Graduate Nurse Practitioner program Gonzaga University. He also works directly with Guatemala medical students in the Providence International Medicine Students Program. He also served as a Learning Community Mentor in the department of Learning Communities and Student Affairs at Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine Washington State University (2017-2018). He has worked directly with medical students as a preceptor since 2013 and has been recognized by being awarded the Degree of Fellow (FAAFP) by the American Academy of Family Physicians for his advancement in healthcare and professional development through medical education and research. Prior to his arrival at Kadlec Dr. Kiki served in the US Army as a Family Medicine provider with multiple assignments, including deployment with the 36th Engendering Brigade Tactical Operations Center to Afghanistan and working with the Wounded Warrior Project at Ft. Riley Irwin Army Community Hospital. He completed his active duty obligation in 2010 at the rank of Major. He also volunteered for two years in South Africa on a service oriented mission. Dr. Kiki enjoys the small town atmosphere of West Richland and his special interests include his family, church, and the outdoors.
Philadelphia College Of Osteopathic Medicine
Womack Army Medical Center
American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians; American Osteopathic Association; Association of Military Osteopathic Physicians