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Kenna Stephenson, a native Texan, graduated with honors from The University of Texas at Austin, and received the MD degree with Research Honors from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine. She completed a medical student clinical research fellowship at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. Her residency education was conducted at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center and culminated with the Resident’s Resident Award for compassion and teaching.
Dr. Stephenson is board certified in Family Medicine, a Fellow in the American Academy of Family Physicians, and has been a consultant for Paramount Pictures, NBC and CBS media. She is a medical director and founding member of Team 5. Her career has included private practice; community medicine; establishing a clinic for female veterans, and academic medicine including over 400 presentations throughout the United States, Canada, Australia, and Central America. Vitals.com has awarded her: Patients Choice Award, On-Time Doctor Award, and the Compassionate Doctor Recognition. Her medical publication topics include: women’s health, preventive medicine, healthy aging, cardiovascular disease, and the holistic model of patient care. She has worked as a Locum Physician since 2009.
2009-Present: Locum and Telemedicine Physician, Author, Educator, Lecturer
2002-2009, Medical Director of Women's Health, Associate Professor of Family Medicine, The University of Texas Health Sciences Center, Tyler, Texas
2000-2002 Private Practice, Prescott, Arizona, Professor of Health Psychology and Behavior, North Central University, Prescott, Arizona
1999-2000 Associate Medical Director, St. Elizabeth of Hungary Medical/Dental Center Tucson, Arizona
1997-1999 Medical Director of Employee Health and Women's Health, North Texas Department of Veterans Affairs, Amarillo, Texas
1992-1997 Private Practice with Obstetrics, Amarillo, Texas
The University of Texas Health Sciences Center Residency in Family Medicine 1992
Texas Tech Health Sciences Center School of Medicine, MD with Research Honors, 1989
The University of Texas at Austin, BA cum laude, 1983