Kim Kuebler DNP, APRN, ANP-BC
Dr. Kim Kuebler provides the Savannah practice with the expertise gained as a Mayday Pain Fellowship from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Department of Neurology, New York. Kuebler, is the Director and Founder for the Multiple Chronic Conditions Resource Center - identified by the US Department of Health and Human Services, as a premiere source for providing inter-professional clinical information on the effective management of chronic conditions. Kuebler received her Master’s Degree from Emory University and a Doctor of Nursing Practice graduate from Vanderbilt University. She is currently involved in national and local research projects investigating multiple chronic conditions and somatic acute and chronic pain. She is an invited Keynote Speaker for the Alaska Nurse Practitioner Conference and sole editor of her eighth textbook: Integration of Palliative Care in Chronic Conditions: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Kuebler, is the originator of the National Health Policy and Clinical Practice Conference, held in Savannah with partnerships to the US Dept of HHS, Agency for Health Research and Policy. Her clinical, academic and research experiences are used to inform and influence state and federal health policy leaders and legislators. She has served: two appointments with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Evidence Advisory Committee, appointed to the Michigan Governor’s Commission on End of Life Care legislation and expert panelist on cancer pain management for the Institutes of Medicine. She was selected as a member of the World Health Organization’s Palliative Care Task Force in China.
Please visit the Multiple Chronic Condidions Resource Center here.