Dr. Kimberly S. Warren, M.D., specializes in cataract, glaucoma and refractive
surgery at the Key-Whitman Eye Center. Born in Houston, Texas, Dr. Warren
graduated summa cum laude from Texas Tech University with a B.S. in biology.
She then earned her medical degree at Texas Tech University Health Sciences
Center, where she was a member of the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Honor
Medical Society. Dr. Warren is the proud mother of three lovely children.
To learn more about Dr. Warren, we sat down with her to find out about
her work and what motivates her.
Why did you choose to specialize in cataract, vision correction surgery
and glaucoma management?
I enjoy helping patients achieve the best vision possible. Sight is such
a precious thing. Cataract surgery, vision correction surgery and glaucoma
management can really change people’s lives.
What is most rewarding about your work?
There is no better reward than seeing people enjoying restored or improved sight.
Is there a time you can recall when you thought to yourself, “This
is why I do what I do”?
I am reminded all the time of why I love what I do. I see patients every
day who remind me of what a difference I can make in their lives.
What is one goal you have for the future?
A recent goal we have been working toward is serving underdeveloped countries
to bring current procedures and medical services to people who usually
would not have access. Dr. Haq and I have partnered with BCVI (Belizean
Council for the Visually Impaired) to act as volunteers. We donate our
time to help change lives with surgery and medial exams. We are bringing
a surgical team to Belize again in February of 2015. It is truly a remarkable
feeling to help patients regain their sight.
What are some hobbies you enjoy outside of work?
I enjoy outdoor activities, reading and spending time with my family.
If we were to interview your patients, what is one thing you would hope
your patients would say about their experience with you and Key-Whitman?
That we truly care about them and their eye care and do everything in our
power to ensure they have the best sight possible.