Randolph Kline, MD
Dr. Kline grew up in Idaho and attended the College of Idaho for his undergraduate education, followed by the University of Washington School of Medicine. While in medical school, Dr. Kline was offered the Health Professionals Scholarship Program and joined the Air Force. He completed his residency training at Travis Air Force Base in northern California, where he served as chief resident during his third year. He then transitioned to Nellis Air Force Base in the Family Health Clinic and most recently the Family Medicine Residency Clinic.
Outside of healthcare, Dr. Kline likes running, lifting, tennis, baking, and traveling when he can. He enjoys good food, good wine, and good friends.
Dr. Kline’s goal in medicine is to help his patients live full and happy lives. He focuses on preventive health to help his patients enjoy life on their terms, and he enjoys the variety of seeing patients of all ages in family medicine.