Kimberley Banfield, MBBS
Dr. Kimberley Banfield completed her undergraduate education at the University of Virginia where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts with Distinction in 2013. She then returned to her home, Barbados, and in 2018 she graduated from the University of the West Indies with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery with Distinction. She was selected as an Outstanding Intern after completing her Internship Rotations in Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics and Surgery at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Barbados in 2019. Dr. Banfield continued her clinical practice as a general practitioner doing urgent home visits and concierge medicine.
Dr. Banfield has always enjoyed clinical teaching and has a passion for Pediatrics. She is currently in the process of completing her USMLE examinations. She hopes to complete her medical residency training in Pediatrics.
She now works as a Clinical Anatomy Facilitator at Ross University School of Medicine.
Bachelor of Arts with Distinction in Biology from the University of Virginia – 2013.
Bachelor of Medical Sciences with Distinction from the University of the West Indies – 2015.
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery with Distinction from the University of the West Indies – 2018.
Outstanding Intern for the Year 2018-2019.
Valedictorian for the Faculty of Medical Sciences Class of 2018.
The Merck Sharpe and Dohme Prize in Medicine and Therapeutics in 2018.
The Lionel Stuart Prize in Surgery in 2018.
The Arnott Cato Price for the best performance in the MBBS Final Exams in 2018.
Medical Protection Society Prize for the Highest GPA Overall in the MBBS Program in 2018.