Nathan Kittle, MD, is a faculty member at HealthPoint Community Health Center, Washington. He is the lead for the Community Oriented Primary Care curriculum with a special interest in treating patients with opiate disorders.
Dr. Kittle attended medical school at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. Between his third and fourth year, he lived in Bolivia for a year and practiced at a rural clinic. While completing his residency at the Swedish Cherry Hill Family Medicine Residency, he developed an interest in the intersection of community health and community organizing. He joined HealthPoint in 2016 and continues to practice inpatient medicine and the full complement of outpatient medicine, including prenatal care with a special interest in ultrasound.
Dr. Kittle was selected as a 2019 Bloomberg Fellow by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. As a fellow, Dr. Kittle receives a full scholarship to earn an MPH, and he will use this training to continue tackling the toughest healthcare challenges facing his community.