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Kyle started with Family Medicine in May of 2017 and has quickly established an excellent rapport with his patients and colleagues. After completing his medical training at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Kyle and his family moved to Dubuque. He felt Dubuque offered a unique opportunity to practice family medicine in a "family oriented town." He prides himself in establishing good relationships with all his patients, because he believes it is the foundation to providing better healthcare. Kyle provides services from newborn to adult. He especially enjoys the preventative aspect of medicine including well child and adult physical exams. Kyle also provides acute availability for his patients when they are sick by offering same day appointments.
As a former graduate of the University of Iowa, Kyle is an avid Hawkeye fan. He especially loves football, but is also a huge Chicago Cubs fan. To many, Kyle is known as the "Weatherman" due to his love and interest in the weather, specifically long range weather forecasting and tornados. Kyle married his lovely wife in Bellevue, IA in 2015. They have one son with another baby on the way very soon, he looks forward to growing his own family and providing care to many other families in Dubuque for years to come.
320 N. Grandview Avenue
Suite B & D
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Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies, Rush University College of Health Sciences
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)