Jeffrey Kiki DO, MS, FAAFP
Dr. Jeffrey Kiki, DO, MS, FAAFP is a Family Medicine provider practicing with the Kadlec Regional Medical Center in West Richland Washington since 2010. He serves as an Adjunct Clinical Professor at Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences, and 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 is currently completing a Master Preceptor Fellowship.
Prior to his arrival at Kadlec and at PNWU Dr. Kiki had multiple accomplishments. He volunteered for two years in South Africa on a service oriented mission. He received his BS from Washington State University in Psychology. He received a Master’s degree in the department of Bio-Chemistry in Biomedical Science, where he presented at the Inflammation Research Association Ninth International Conference, Inflammatory processes on ‘Loss of Body Cell Mass in Patients with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus’ at Hershey Pennsylvania in 1998. He received his Masters and Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. His residency in Family Medicine was completed at the Womack Army Medical Center at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina in 2006 and he is currently board certification in the ABFM. His service in the US Army consisted of multiple assignments, including deployment with the 37th 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.
Dr. Kiki went into medicine with the goals of helping people in the community with active medical problems and also preventing medical problems from developing. He became a doctor to make a positive and meaningful different in the lives of others and to help his patients maintain an active and healthy lifestyle. He enjoys the small town atmosphere of West Richland and his special interests include his family, church, basketball, hiking and biking.