I enjoy teaching: teaching patients about their health and teaching young physicians how to better care for their patients. My goal is to care for patients in all stages of life which includes all aspects of traditional Family Medicine: home visits and nursing home care, prenatal care and deliveries, acute care and in-office procedures, pediatric and adolescent care, disease prevention and chronic disease management. I also believe it is important that the care of the individuals in each family must include the whole person. The body is affected by the mind, spirit, beliefs, culture, social situations, and many other factors. These other areas have to be addressed for genuine health and wellness.
Kwanza Devlin, MD is a board-certified Family Medicine physician. The 2013 recipient of the North Dakota Family Physician of the Year award, Dr. Devlin was actually raised in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, area. After completing her medical degree at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, she pursued Family Medicine training at the Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center, in South Bend, Indiana. She practiced in West Valley, Utah before joining the Center for Family Medicine in Minot, North Dakota in 2011 as an associate director of the Family Medicine Residency Program through the University of North Dakota. Dr. Devlin has served as a member of the Mid-Dakota Education Cooperative Wellness Committee, ND Immunization Advisory Committee and the ND Child Passenger Safety Committee. She speaks Spanish and has participated in medical missions work in Venezuela, Mexico, and Ecuador. With Froedtert/Medical College of Wisconsin, she will continue working in medical education.
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University of Nebraska College of Medicine - Omaha - Doctor of Medicine - (2005)
St. Joseph Regional Medical Center - South Bend - IN - Residency in Family Medicine - (2005-2008)
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