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Dr. Kim Felder Rhoads, MD

Dr. Kim Felder Rhoads, MD

Colon & Rectal Surgeon (Proctologist)

19 Years of Experience

Accepting patients

    Overview

    Dr. Kim Rhoads, MD is a Colon & Rectal Surgeon (Proctologist), who primarily practices in Stanford, CA. She has been practicing for over 19 years and is board certified by the American Board of Colon & Rectal Surgery, American Board of Surgery, American Board of Colon & Rectal Surgery, and American Board of Surgery. Dr. Rhoads completed her residency at UCSF. Dr. Rhoads is fluent in English and is currently seeing new patients. Dr. Rhoads’s practice accepts Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS), Cigna, Humana Health, UnitedHealthcare and other major insurance plans. To book an appointment or to confirm insurance options, please call Dr. Rhoads’s office at (650) 721-3094.

    Medical Specialties and Areas of Expertise

    Colon & Rectal Surgeon (Proctologist)

    Education & Training

    UCSF (Residency)

    U.C.S.F. (Internship)

    Uc San Francisco (Fellowship)

    Board Certifications

    American Board of Colon & Rectal Surgery

    American Board of Surgery

    American Board of Colon & Rectal Surgery since 2010

    American Board of Surgery since 2010

    Medical Conditions Treated

    conditions treated by a Colon & Rectal Surgeon (Proctologist), like Dr. Kim Rhoads, may include:

    Please contact Dr. Rhoads' office for more information or to schedule a consultation.

    Medical Procedures Performed

    procedures performed by a Colon & Rectal Surgeon (Proctologist), like Dr. Kim Rhoads, may include:

    For detailed information, please contact Dr. Rhoads' office.

    Insurances

    Top Insurances

    • Aetna

    • Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS)

    • Cigna

    • Humana Health

    • UnitedHealthcare

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    Locations

    Kim Rhoads

    300 Pasteur Dr

    H3860

    Stanford, CA 94305

    (650) 721-3094

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    Recognitions

    Publications

    What factors influence minority use of tiol Cancer Institute-desigted cancer centers?

    Cancer, 2014

    Adequacy of lymph node examition in colorectal surgery

    Medical care, 2013

    Do Hospitals that Serve a High Percentage of Medicaid Patients Perform Well on Evidence

    Jourl of health care for the poor and underserved, 2013

    Age and Genetics: How Do Prognostic Factors at Diagnosis Explain Disparities in Acute Myeloid

    American jourl of clinical oncology

    Understanding disparities in leukemia: a tiol study

    CANCER CAUSES & CONTROL, 2012

    Racial and ethnic differences in lymph node examition after colon cancer resection do not

    CANCER, 2012

    Understanding Racial Disparities in Cancer Treatment and Outcomes

    JOURL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, 2010

    Quality of colon cancer outcomes in hospitals with a high percentage of Medicaid patients

    JOURL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, 2008

    Understanding the reliability of american college of surgeons tiol surgical quality improvement

    JAMA surgery, 2014

    Improving the accuracy of prolapse

    INTERTIOL UROGYNECOLOGY JOURL, 2013

    Predictors of postoperative uriry retention after colorectal surgery.

    Diseases of the colon & rectum, 2013

    Seventh Edition (2010) of the AJCC

    ANLS OF SURGICAL ONCOLOGY, 2013

    Patient Safety in Plastic Surgery: Identifying Areas for Quality Improvement Efforts.

    Anls of plastic surgery

    Failure to comply with NCCN guidelines for the magement of pancreatic cancer compromises outcomes

    HPB, 2012

    Variation in the Quality of Surgical Care for Uterovagil Prolapse

    Rhoads, K. F., Sokol, E. R., 2011

    Cholelithiasis and perforated gallbladder in an infant

    JOURL OF PEDIATRIC SURGERY, 2002

    Breast Cancer Beliefs and Behaviors at the San Francisco General Hospital.

    The breast jourl, 2000

    The health status of women of color.

    Jourl of the American Medical Women's Association (1972), 1996

    What factors influence minority use of National Cancer Institute-designated cancer centers?

    Cancer, 2014

    Adequacy of lymph node examination in colorectal surgery

    Medical care, 2013

    Do Hospitals that Serve a High Percentage of Medicaid Patients Perform Well on Evidence

    Journal of health care for the poor and underserved, 2013

    Age and Genetics: How Do Prognostic Factors at Diagnosis Explain Disparities in Acute Myeloid

    American journal of clinical oncology

    Understanding disparities in leukemia: a national study

    CANCER CAUSES & CONTROL, 2012

    Racial and ethnic differences in lymph node examination after colon cancer resection do not

    CANCER, 2012

    Understanding Racial Disparities in Cancer Treatment and Outcomes

    JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, 2010

    Quality of colon cancer outcomes in hospitals with a high percentage of Medicaid patients

    JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, 2008

    Understanding the reliability of american college of surgeons national surgical quality improvement

    JAMA surgery, 2014

    Improving the accuracy of prolapse

    INTERNATIONAL UROGYNECOLOGY JOURNAL, 2013

    Predictors of postoperative urinary retention after colorectal surgery.

    Diseases of the colon & rectum, 2013

    Seventh Edition (2010) of the AJCC

    ANNALS OF SURGICAL ONCOLOGY, 2013

    The influence of intern home call on objectively measured perioperative outcomes.

    JAMA surgery, 2013

    Patient Safety in Plastic Surgery: Identifying Areas for Quality Improvement Efforts.

    Annals of plastic surgery

    Surgical Site Infection: Is It Time to Change Our Expectations?

    JAMA surgery

    Failure to comply with NCCN guidelines for the management of pancreatic cancer compromises outcomes

    HPB, 2012

    Predictors of Surgical Intervention for Hepatocellular Carcinoma

    ARCHIVES OF SURGERY, 2011

    Variation in the Quality of Surgical Care for Uterovaginal Prolapse

    Rhoads, K. F., Sokol, E. R., 2011

    Performance Measurement, Public Reporting, and Pay-for-Performance

    UROLOGIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA, 2009

    A role for Hox A5 in regulating angiogenesis and vascular patterning.

    Lymphatic research and biology, 2005

    Cholelithiasis and perforated gallbladder in an infant

    JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC SURGERY, 2002

    Breast Cancer Beliefs and Behaviors at the San Francisco General Hospital.

    The breast journal, 2000

    The health status of women of color.

    Journal of the American Medical Women's Association (1972), 1996

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Is Dr. Kim Rhoads accepting new patients?

    Yes, Dr. Kim Rhoads is accepting new patients at this time.

    Does Dr. Kim Rhoads offer online booking?

    Please contact Dr. Rhoads's office at (650) 721-3094 for information about online booking, telehealth, or to schedule an appointment.

    Does Dr. Kim Rhoads offer telehealth appointments?

    Please contact Dr. Rhoads's office at (650) 721-3094 for information telehealth appointment availability or for scheduling assistance.

    Which language(s) does Dr. Kim Rhoads speak?

    Dr. Kim Rhoads speaks English.

    Which board certifications does Dr. Kim Rhoads have?

    Dr. Kim Rhoads is certified by the American Board of Colon & Rectal Surgery and American Board of Surgery.

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