Kimberly Carter, MD
911 West 38th Street
Austin, Texas 78705
Phone: (512) 324-8670
Dr. Carter completed undergraduate studies at Southwestern University in Georgetown, TX, and obtained a graduate degree in Public Policy from the University of Chicago. She graduated from Baylor College of Medicine where she stayed to complete her residency training. While at Baylor she was inducted in Alpha Omega Alpha, the national medical honor society.
She moved to Austin after residency and was in private practice until joining the University of Texas Southwestern Austin Programs. She has been selected as a Best Doctors in America®. Best Doctors, Inc. and has received the National Patient's choice award in 2008 and 2009. She is very active in the Austin community and sits on several boards including Physicians for Social Responsibility, the Texas Medical Association Insurance Trust and Blue Cross Blue Shield. Her research focus is on the prevention of teen pregnancy and she has a special area of interest in treating vulvodynia. She is married to Paul, a software engineer, and they have two children and a home full of pets.
Presidents Vision Statement
The practice of medicine is undergoing rapid change. It seems that almost daily there is a new legislative or regulatory mandate coming from Washington or Austin. We must stay ever vigilant to these new rules, regulations, and laws which impact our practices. Our organization has in the past played a key role in working with the State Agencies and Legislature to take forward our specialtys concerns for our physicians and the women of Texas. The Texas Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists will continue to carry on our long tradition of representing our physicians to the State. We will also continue to build our long-standing partnership with the Texas section of District XI of ACOG. As new issues arise that may impact your practices or the health of the women you care for, TAOG will endeavor to represent you.
The Texas Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists have a long history of advocating for the obstetricians and gynecologists in our state and their patients. As the organization moves forward, it continues to evolve. TAOG will continue to offer guidance to State Agencies and the Legislature. The organization will continue to promote residency education and research. However, we will also begin to address the changing demographics of the membership of our organization. Also, we will address the challenges that our members are facing in their communities. Therefore, TAOG welcomes our members input and suggestions. With the guidance of the elected Executive Council, I hope to represent obstetricians and gynecologists of the State of Texas well.