Kim Bullock, MD

Kim Bullock, MD, is a graduate of Yale University (BA) and the University of Michigan Medical School. Following the completion of her residency at Georgetown Medical Center, Dr. Bullock initially served as an emergency physician at Providence Hospital Emergency Department. Past appointments include Medical Director for the Seton House Substance Abuse Center at Providence Hospital, Vice Chairperson/Assistant Director for the Emergency Department and Director of Ambulatory Emergency Services. Dr. Bullock is currently a Clinical Associate Professor, Director of the Community Health Division and Project Investigator for the HRSA Community Health Leadership Development and Primary Care Health Policy Fellowships at Georgetown University. She is also the Chief Medical Officer for the Georgetown/Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) Partnership grant. She offers technical assistance on best practices and evidence-based care as well as collaboration and liaison support for community physicians, hospitals and agencies serving this vulnerable population. Dr. Bullock has given presentations at many national and local conferences on medical issues relevant to intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). She has also published in the field and served as a consultant on many IDD grants. Dr. Bullock has promoted the education of health care professionals regarding the care of the IDD population. She brings a multidisciplinary systems approach to care management and highlights the importance of cross-professional dialogue in improving the health and well-being of those with intellectual and developmental disabilities.