James Kimberly
M.D.

Dr. James Kimberly
Language(s) spoken
English

Dr. Kimberly joined Borland Groover in 2008 and practices in the Orange Park Florida location. He completed his residency training at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where he also completed his gastroenterology fellowship training. Dr. Kimberly is a member of the AGA, ASGE and serves as program chair of the ACP/ASIM Scientific Meeting that began in 2003. He is an executive council member of the American College of Physicians.

Videos
Postgraduate Education
2005 - 2008
Gastroenterology Fellowship
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center
1995 - 1998
Residency, Internal Medicine
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center
Publications

Kimberly JR, Bloomfeld R, et al. Extracolonic Findings at Virtual Colonoscopy: An Important Consideration in Asymptomatic Colorectal Cancer Screening. Journal of General Internal Medicine, in publication.

Shores NJ, Kimberly JR. Seronegative Hepatitis C- related fibrosing cholestatic hepatitis after renal transplant : a case and report and review of the literature. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation, April 2008.

Ballie J, Kimberly JR, Commentary on: Prospective comparison of seccretin-stimulated MRCP with manometry in the diagnosis of Sphincter of Oddi dysfunction Types II and III. Invited review, GUT.  June 2007.

Kimberly JR, Ballie J, Upper GI Endoscopy: A Training Manual.  Invited book review, Gastroenterology, November 2006.

Kimberly JR, Bloomfield R, Pineau B et al.  Evaluation of Extra-Colonic Findings from Virtual Colonoscopy Will Add Considerable Cost: An Important Consideration in Asymptomatic Colorectal Cancer Screening. American Journal of Gastroenterology Supplement, September 2006.

Miller DP, Kimberly JR, Using a Computer to Teach Patients about Fecal Occult Blood Screening: A Randomized Trial. Journal of General Internal Medicine; August 2005.

Kimberly JR, Wofford JL, Stephenson R, Currin DL, Lichstein P. Using Student Narratives to Assess a Palliative Care Educational Experience. (Manuscript submitted)

Watkins RS, Kimberly JR. Physician-Pharmaceutical Industry Interactions: What Resident’s Don’t Know. Academic Medicine; May 2004

Wofford JL, Kimberly JR Ambulatory Quality Assurance JGIM; May 2003

Watkins RS, Sinclair C, Kimberly JR, Zorn M, Wilson MC.  What Do Resident’s Need to Know About “Free Lunches”? JGIM 2002; Volume 17: Supplement 1: April 2002

Kimberly JR, Kendrick SB. Development of a palliative care consult service in an academic medical center. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2001; Volume 4, Issue 1.

Kendrick SB, Kimberly JR. Initiatives in improving palliative care education in an academic medical center. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2001; Volume 4, Issue 1.

Abstracts

Charbel S, Kimberly JR, Conway J, Gilliam J, Baillie J, Mishra G. Same day combined EUS/ERCP to investigate biliary and pancreatic disorders: better together. Poster presentation at 73rd Annual Scientific Meeting of the American College of Gastroenterology, October 6, 2008.  (Recipient of 2008 Presidential Poster Award )

Healy JS, Kimberly JR, Baillie J, et al. Evaluation of a new mechanical ERCP simulator. Poster presentation at Digestive Disease Week, May 2008, San Diego, CA.

Kimberly JR, Bloomfield R, Pineau B et al. Evaluation of Extra-Colonic Findings from Virtual Colonoscopy Will Add Considerable Cost: An important Consideration in Asymptomatic Colorectal Cancer Screening.  Accepted for oral presentation at Plenary Session I - Outcomes/CRC Prevention/IBD American College of Gastroenterology 71st Annual Scientific Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, October 25, 2006.

Kimberly JR. Using Student Narratives to Assess a Palliative Care Educational Experience. Society of General Medicine Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA.  May 2002. 

Kimberly JR. Your Blood’s No Good Here: A Less Common Cause for Rejecting a Blood Donor. Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting. Vancouver, BC.  May 2003.

Colglazier L, Kimberly JR. Feeding Tubes in Advanced Dementia NC ACP Annual Scientific Meeting. Durham, NC. February 2004.