Kimberly A. Shriner, M.D., F.A.C.P.
Infectious Diseases and Tropical Medicine
Director, The Phil Simon Clinic Tanzania Project
Member, International Society of Travel Medicine
A native of Pasadena, California, Dr. Shriner attended John Muir High School and then Occidental College where she pursued marine science and premedical studies. She received her medical degree from Case Western Reserve University, then returned to Huntington to do her residency in internal medicine. After completing the chief residency at Huntington, she attended UCLA for her infectious disease fellowship. She returned to Pasadena, joining a private practice in infectious diseases and the internal medicine faculty at Huntington.
Since 1992, Dr. Shriner has been an active member in the teaching faculty at Huntington. She is the founder and director of Huntington Hospital’s Phil Simon Clinic, an outpatient teaching clinic dedicated to underserved persons with HIV. In 2001, she founded The Phil Simon Clinic Tanzania Project, a global outreach program involving doctors, nurses, social workers, resident physicians and other volunteers who have helped many hundreds of people in Northern Tanzania.
Dr. Shriner continues to publish and pursue her interests in HIV research, antimicrobial resistance and international medicine. She has an active practice in infectious disease, HIV medicine and tropical and travel medicine . She is an assistant professor in clinical medicine at USC Keck School of Medicine and is the assistant director of the internal medicine residency at Huntington Hospital.