Debra C. Keith, D.O. received her B.S. in Nursing from Truman University, Kirksville, Missouri in 1978 and worked as an RN for four years before starting medical school at The University of Health Sciences, now known as Kansas City University of Medicine & Biosciences, in Kansas City, Missouri. Dr. Keith received her Doctor of Osteopathy in 1987. Her internship was at Lakeside Hospital, Kansas City Missouri. She finished her Family Practice residency at Trinity Lutheran Hospital in Kansas City, 1990.
Dr. Keith is Board Certified in Family Practice and sees infants through geriatrics. She is also a Clinical Associate Professor of Family Medicine for the Kansas City University of Medicine and Bio-Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine.
2006 National Leadership Congressional Committee Award
Northland Regional Chamber of Commerce Excellence in Education Award, 2006
College Physician for Park College Employers & Students
Preceptor for medical students, 1991-present
Team Physician for the Kansas City Attack professional soccer team, 1991-1994
Played Dr. Helen Inez in a ABC mini-series "The Burden of Proof", 1991
First place award in research/poster presentation for the Academy of Family Physicians, 1990
Outstanding Young Woman of America, 1987
Northland Family Health Care, Kansas City Missouri, 1991-1996
Saint Luke's Medical, Kansas City, Missouri, 1996-2002
Weston Family Medical Center, Weston, Missouri, 2003-2006
Sole Proprietor/Owner of the Weston Family Clinic and Medical Spa, 2007
Dr. Keith is married with two daughters. Her non-professional interests include: Playing basketball, water & snow skiing, arts & crafts, playing the piano, organ, guitar, drums, harmonica, fiddle, and the mandolin. She and her family are members of the Salem Christian Church in Weston. Dr. Keith and her husband Warren are also the sole proprietors of the Laurel Brooke Bed & Breakfast located northwest of Weston, Missouri nestled in among their vineyard, pecan grove and fruit orchard.
North Kansas City Hospital
Saint Luke's Northland Hospital