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Kale Knudson, MD Assistant Program Director, Outpatient Medicine

Billings Clinic Profile

Kale Knudson, MD completed two years of his training with the Billings Clinic Internal Medicine Residency after finishing his internship at the University of Michigan Internal Medicine Residency in Ann Arbor, MI. His interest is outpatient medicine and, as a resident, he helped design a new Outpatient Morning Report to enhance outpatient residency teaching.

Dr. Knudson received his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering at Montana State University-Bozeman and received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine.

Dr. Knudson was raised on a farm and ranch in Highwood, Montana and feels blessed to practice in his home state. He enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, being an active member in his church, golfing, attending sporting events (anything involving Montana State University – Go Cats!) and playing piano.

Honors for Dr. Knudson include:
Montana State University Rushing Medical School Scholarship
Montana State University Crecelius Medical School Scholarship
University of Washington Odland Scholar

Medical School Research Training Program (MSRTP), manuscript in preparation Modulation of the Host Inflammatory Response during Staphylococcus aureus Skin Infection is Mediated by the SaeR/S two-component Gene Regulatory System.
Quality improvement research study. “Interdisciplinary Rounding: Can Formal Rounding Between Nurses and Physicians Improve Patient Outcomes?” Billings Clinic. Anticipated manuscript submission summer 2017.

We will start interviewing applicants from late October to January.