Dr. King recently moved to Vermont from Wichita, Kansas, where he practiced inpatient care as a pediatric hospitalist. "The child first and always," says Dr. King. "For me, that statement embodies the belief that above all else, I provide the best medical care available to the children in my practice."
Dr. King has a special interest in humanitarian work. In 2019, he and his family spent a month in rural Ghana, providing medical care to local children. He also follows the latest research in the medical home model, and its potential to provide real-time, wrap-around care for his patients, from the clinic to the hospital.
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