Kimberly Klinger, MD, MSHA
Breast Services, Radiology
I believe that patients should not have to travel far from the comforts of home to obtain high-quality, innovative diagnostic imaging and image-guided procedural services and am committed to offering comprehensive care in community-based settings that provide patients with increased accessibility and familiarity. Having grown up in the Chicago suburbs, I am delighted to give back to the community I call home by providing conscientious, empathetic, evidence-based health care.
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Breast screening and early breast cancer detection, Breast cancer risk assessment and screening in the high risk population, Supplemental breast screening modalities. Patient education and community outreach, Image-guided breast procedures including core needle biopsy and presurgical localization, Breast cancer diagnosis and treatment, Multidisciplinary, coordinated breast care, Clinic operations and quality improvement initiatives
Quality time with family and friends, Plant-based cooking, Board games and comics, Staying active with swimming, yoga, and hiking, Travel