Mary Anne Kiel, M.D., F.A.A.P., Dip.A.B.L.M.
Air Force Col. Mary Anne Kiel is currently the Chief of Air Force Medical Home, Air Force Medical Readiness Agency, Falls Church, Virginia. She leads a team of professionals to optimize patient centered care for 218 outpatient clinics across the Air Force. She is the Air Force representative for primary care to the Defense Health Agency, and collaborates with other service leads on policy for the Military Health System (MHS) and advises on the standards for primary care execution.
Col. Kiel entered the Air Force as a Health Professions Scholarship Program recipient in May 2000 as she was attending medical school at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. After graduation from medical school, she was selected to attend Pediatric Residency with the San Antonio Military Pediatric Center at Lackland AFB, Texas, and graduated in May 2006. Since then she has held element and flight leadership positions as a pediatrician in assignments at both inpatient and outpatient locations, including a residency program affiliation at Nellis AFB, Nevada. Prior to her current position, Col. Kiel served as the Chief of Medical Staff at Whiteman AFB, Missouri, where she advised executive leadership on healthcare management and served as the Commander’s strategic advisor regarding the clinical capability of more than 150 Total Professional Force personnel.
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