Dr. Kim McDermott

Dr. McDermott practiced primary care pediatrics for 20 years at HealthPoint in Redmond, WA, during which time she also taught medical students from A.T. Still School of Medicine and supervised family practice residents from the Swedish Family Residency Program. She was involved in establishing an integrated behavioral health program at HealthPoint and has taught “Integrated Behavioral Health in Pediatrics” to students at Arizona State University in the Doctorate of Behavioral Health program. She has special interest and experience in the evaluation and management of behavioral health problems in children and adolescents. She is now practicing primary care pediatrics at NeighborCare in Columbia City (Seattle), supervising residents from Seattle Children’s in their continuity clinic and teaching medical students from the University of Washington.

IIBHN 2020 Presentation(s):

An Overview of Integrated Pediatric Care
with Jeff Reiter, PhD

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn key strategies for integrating the care of pediatricians and behavioral health providers in primary care.
  • Identify common pediatric behavioral problems and the corresponding behavioral interventions.
  • Outline a workflow for the integrated assessment and treatment of ADHD in primary care.
Raoul RolfesDr. Kim McDermott