♪ [music] ♪ I’m Dr. Kimberly Hunt.
I’m an OB/GYN here with Summit OB/GYN, a part of Centennial Women’s Group.
I went to medical school at University of Tennessee out in Memphis.
I then did my residency out at University of Connecticut. I want to say medicine
found me. I did a rotation in medical school, and when you get to
OB/GYN, I said, “These are my people, and this is what I want to do.”
I treat each patient like I would want my family member treated.
I try and spend a lot of time listening and talking to them.
The nice thing about our practice is that I get to see patients of all age groups,
anywhere from adolescence through child-bearing age and then through
menopause. One of the things I’m really passionate about is the first OB/GYN
exam. I think a lot of girls have a lot of anxiety about. And one of the things I
really try and do is break that barrier for the fear to approach the gynecologist,
to make that exam less intimidating, to have a more personal feel to it,
and to make them feel comfortable. I try and take a minimally-invasive
approach to things. I specialize in minimally-invasive surgery,
so that’s one of the things that I offer to my patients on an as-needed basis.
With each delivery, I still get excited. They bring a stool to every delivery to
sit to deliver the baby, and I can’t because I’m too excited,
so I stand up. I think when patients leave, I want them to feel heard,
I want them to feel secure, and I want them to feel like they have a
plan that they’re happy with and they understand it. I’m very honored to do what
I do every single day, and I appreciate the trust that the
patients put in me. ♪ [music] ♪