|I strive to be an effective and patient focused clinician by maintaining up to date clinical knowledge and skills and presenting a bedside manner that blends compassion, caring, and honesty.|
Kimberly Rieniets, DO
NCMC Medical Arts Building
1800 15th St.
Greeley, CO 80631
Fax: (970) 378-4315
Loveland Medical Plaza
1813 Cheyenne Ave
Loveland, CO 80538
Fax: (970) 378-4315
Medical Arts Centre of Windsor
1300 Main St.
Windsor, CO 80550
Fax: (970) 378-4315
A graduate of Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Kimberly Rieniets DO, served as a U.S. Army physician and Chief of Endocrinology at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, Texas. Dr. Rieniets is board certified in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism. She did her internal medicine residency and endocrinology fellowship at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C.
She specializes in ultrasound-guided fine-needle aspiration (FNA) thyroid biopsy, diabetes care, insulin pump management, head trauma associated pituitary disease, metabolic bone disease and general clinical endocrinology.
Interests and Activities:
Dr. Rieniets is a dedicated student of Yoga. She is also an amateur musician who enjoys performing on the piano; she also enjoys the outdoors and likes spending time hiking, biking or gardening. She is also a world traveler who likes to experience new places.
Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Walter Reed Army Medical Center/National Capital Consortium (Washington D.C.), Endocrinology Fellowship 2007 to 2009
ABIM Endocrinology 2009
ABIM Internal Medicine 2007
-Meritorious Service Medal (January 2013): “For meritorious service as Chief, Endocrinology Service. Major Rieniets’ professionalism, dedication to duty, and concern for our beneficiaries were always evident in the thorough care and expertise she delivered and should be an example for all to emulate. Her exemplary performance of duty reflects great credit upon her, William Beaumont Army Medical Center, Western Regional Medical Command, and the United States Army.”
-Army Commendation Medal (February 2010): for “meritorious service as staff internist and task force Endocrinology consultant for the 47th Combat Support Hospital (Tikrit) in support of OIF 09-11. CPT (P) outstanding dedication to duty and selfless service contributed to the overwhelming success of the task force 47th’s mission. Her actions are in keeping with the finest traditions of military service and reflect great credit upon herself, the Task Force 47th Combat Support Hospital, the Task Force 1st Medical Brigade, the Multi-National Corps-Iraq, and the United States Army.”
-Army Commendation Medal (May 2007): for “exceptionally meritorious achievement while serving our nation at war as a health-care professional. Captain Rieniets maintained a rigorous academic schedule while providing outstanding care to the United States Military and their families. Her performance of duty and adherence to the principles of duty, honor, and integrity reflect great credit of her, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and the United States Army.”
-Army Achievement Medal (May 2007): for “exceptionally meritorious achievement as a semifinalist for the Bailey K. Ashford Research Award. Captain Rieniets contributed a significant amount of research effort to the clinical investigation program by planning, proposing, conducting, presenting, and publishing her study. Her dedication to research reflects great credit of her, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and the United States Army.”
-Army Achievement Medal (August 2006): for “outstanding performance as a medicine resident. Captain Rieniets coauthored a manuscript on her research that was published in a peer reviewed scientific journal. Her performance of duty reflects great credit of her, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and the United States Army.”
-Army Achievement Medal (May 2006): for “outstanding achievement as a medicine resident. Captain Rieniets described an unusual presentation of Lymphangitic spread of prostate cancer and presented her work at a major regional professional meeting. Her performance of duty reflects great credit of her, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, and the United States Army.”
-Multiple Music Performance Awards (1988-1993 & 2011): Awarded for performance excellence, musicianship, and skill on violin and piano
American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, Member (2007 – present)
Endocrine Society, Member (2007 – present)
American Thyroid Association, Associate Member (2007 – 2010)
American College of Physicians, Member (2004 – present)