Renée Kinman, M.D., Ph.D.

Dr. Kinman is board certified in Pediatrics and Pediatric Endocrinology and completed her Fellowship at the University Hospitals of Cleveland, Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital. Dr. Kinman earned her medical degree at Case Western Reserve University and her Ph.D. in Physiology and Biophysics at the University of Sounthern California. She is a member of the UCSF Academy of Medical Educators, holds a Master’s Degree in education and has extensive teaching experience at numerous prestigious institutions. Dr. Kinman has received many awards and honors for her dedication to the community and unwavering commitment to her patients.

Education and Certifications


Pediatric Endocrinology – Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital


Internal Medicine and Pediatrics – University Hospitals of Cleveland, Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital


 Internal Medicine and Pediatrics – University Hospitals of Cleveland, Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital

Medical School

Case Western Reserve University

Graduate Study

Physiology and Biophysics Ph.D. – University of Southern California

Board Certification

Pediatrics and Pediatric Endocrinology


Co-director of the Stroke Program at Community Medical Regional Center, Dr. Amir Khan is a leading neurologist who is regularly featured on Medwatch Today. From treating patients who have suffered from strokes to developing the latest technologies to stop aneurysms from rupturing in the first place, Dr. Khan is a leader in his field and dedicated to addressing critical brain trauma.

Practice forms

Visit Community Health Partners’ Patient Resources page to download and complete patient registration, medical history and additional forms required by our practice.

In The News

Leaders in their respective specialties, Community Health Partners’ physicians are regularly featured in MedWatch programming and online publications. See how their thought leadership and success stories are shaping healthcare in the Central Valley – and beyond.

Kailee Sidamrong-Phan was a tiny, sickly baby that her parents rushed to Valley Children’s Hospital frequently …

Knowing one acronym could save a life. 

Local interior design company owner Kay Garabedian got lucky the evening a large clot lodged in her brain.


What our Patients are saying

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