Dr. Kimberly Osias received her medical degree from New York Medical College. Following medical school Dr.Osias completed her Internal Medicine residency training at North Shore University Hospital. During her residency she served as Assistant Chief Resident, working closely with hospital administration to ensure excellent patient care. After completing her residency, Dr. Osias joined a small private practice in Delaware. Here she continued to master her skills in general internal medicine and discovered another area of interest: preventive medicine.
After relocating to New Jersey Dr. Osias co-founded Lawrenceville Internal Medicine to be able to provide comprehensive primary care and continue to pursue her interest in preventive medicine.
Dr. Osias takes great pleasure in practicing Internal Medicine, especially the prevention of illness. Her commitment to health promotion and wellness was clearly demonstrated when she authored “Colorectal cancer in women: An equal opportunity disease” which was featured in a peer reviewed medical journal. Her emphasis on lifestyle changes and screening exams allow her to address issues before they may adversely affect her patients. She promotes healthy living and strives to have a positive impact in her patients’ lives.
When not caring for patients Dr. Osias enjoys exercising, reading and spending time with her husband and two sons.