Since second grade, Dr. Kelly Prindle knew she wanted to be a doctor. Her parents had chronic conditions that exposed her to the health care system early on. She also volunteered for several years at local hospitals. Her experiences led her to observe that strong relationships form the basis of good health care. She chose to specialize in family medicine to develop those special relationships with patients, guiding them through all ages and stages of life.
Dr. Prindle sees adults to prevent, diagnose and manage acute and chronic illnesses. She has a special interest in managing chronic conditions, like diabetes, hypertension and kidney and heart disease. She believes in starting with health first, determining what a healthy lifestyle looks like for each patient. She encourages everyone to incorporate more physical activity in daily life.
A native of Northern Kentucky, Dr. Prindle and her husband have two daughters. They regularly participate in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. She enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and reading classic novels.