Kayla Flores Tindall, M.D., M.P.H.
University of California, Davis; Kayla grew up in the small town of Mammoth Lakes, California where she developed her appreciation of the beautiful outdoors and her interest in rural medicine. She then ventured to UC San Diego where she majored in Human Biology and minored in Psychology. She was accepted into a rural underserved leadership tract called the Rural PRIME program at UC Davis School of Medicine, which allowed her to experience full spectrum family medicine as a medical student. The program also encouraged her to get a Masters in Public Health degree at UC Berkeley where she focused on Maternal and Child Health. She is especially interested in maternal and child health, adolescent health, LGBT health, care of children with developmental disabilities, Latino health, mental health, public health, community engagement, prevention, and wellness promotion. She enjoys hiking, camping, yoga, swimming, and spending time with her family.
Alumni Year: 2018