Beaches OBGYN is proud to introduce the newest addition to our esteemed staff — Dr. Kimberly Manek.
Born and raised in Daytona Beach, Dr. Kimberly Manek received her Bachelor of Science at the University of Miami where she received Magna Cum Laude honors before attending medical school at Florida State University. Most recently, the FSU alum completed her four-year residency with Sacred Heart Hospital in Pensacola, Florida, where she was the Chief Resident throughout her final academic year and named an Outstanding Resident in Gynecologic Oncology.
Dr. Manek has also conducted medical volunteer work throughout India and the Philippines, providing physicals and access to medications for both adult and pediatric residents.
Inspired to pursue obstetrics and gynecology due to the variety of care offered from women’s reproductive care to prenatal to labor and delivery, Dr. Manek enjoys building long-term relationships with her patients in the office and being able to care for them through every stage of life. She also takes pleasure in guiding women through pregnancy and “having the privilege to be a part of a family’s special moments.”
“I am most passionate about partnering with my patients to provide the best care I can,” she shares, adding that she is particularly passionate about minimally invasive surgery.
Dr. Manek brings a patient, positive and nurturing disposition to BeachesOBGYN, and she looks forward to caring for the patients at BeachesOBGYN. Her hobbies include running, cooking and traveling, and she looks forward to further exploring the Jacksonville area.
Dr. Manek is currently accepting new patients. Contact Beaches OBGYN at (904) 241-9775 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
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