"I love the innovation of technology and medicine that K Health offers patients and providers. I’m excited to be part of a community that provides accessible and affordable medical care to all patients."
Irmanie Hemphill, MD, FAAFP
In 2005 Dr. Hemphill graduated with honors from the University of Miami with a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology and Immunology. She then received her Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree from Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida in 2009. In 2012 she started her residency program in Family Medicine at Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Florida where she served as chief resident completing. She was awarded the Y.B Auyeung Pediatrics Award in Family Medicine during her chief year. After completing residency, she was afforded the opportunity to work as a traditional Family Medicine physician in Apopka, Florida. She then started her career in academic medicine at Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, where she served as assistant professor and co-clerkship director for the 3rd year family medicine clerkship. In 2015 she was awarded the Florida Academy of Family Physicians (FAFP) Young Leader Award which recognizes an outstanding service to the Florida Academy of Family Physicians and the specialty of Family Medicine by a young physician. She later started working as a Direct Primary Care physician in 2016. Her career focus includes providing quality health care to all patients (from pediatrics to geriatric age) to improve health outcomes. She has a commitment to serve with integrity, focus, drive, dedication and passion to honor the essence of being a family physician, educator, administrator, and most of all an honorable human being.
Board CertificationsAmerican Board of Family Medicine
Undergraduate EducationUniversity of Miami
Medical EducationFlorida State University College of Medicine
Other Degrees / TrainingHalifax Medical Center, Daytona Beach, FL
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