Sunday, September 24, 2017

Jenna Timboe, M.D.

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College 2004-2008, B.A., Cum laude
University of San Diego
San Diego, California
Medical School 2009-2013, M.D.
Keck School of Medicine/
University of Southern California
Los Angeles, California
Internship 2013-2014
University of California, Irvine/
Children’s Hospital of Orange County
Irvine, California
Residency 2014-2016
University of California, Irvine/
Children’s Hospital of Orange County
Irvine, California
  2016-2017, Pediatric Chief Resident
University of California, Irvine/
Children’s Hospital of Orange County
Irvine, California
Licensure State of California
Certification Board Certified, American Board of Pediatrics
Memberships American Academy of Pediatrics
Personal Dr Timboe was raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, and has lived in Southern California since attending college at University of San Diego. She met her husband, Andy, while in college, and they have been married since July 2010. Andy is a Firefighter Paramedic for the City of Orange. They welcomed their first child, Hailey, in February 2017 and are getting accustomed to parenthood! Dr Timboe has 3 older siblings, who are also physicians, and younger twin half-brothers. Despite living across the country, her family gets together as often as possible.
  After completing medical school at University of Southern California, Dr Timboe completed her pediatric training at UC Irvine/Children’s Hospital of Orange County. She then completed a year as Chief Resident, before joining SOCPA.
  Outside of work, Dr Timboe enjoys the outdoors – hiking, camping, paddleboarding, and walking her 2 labs, Nola and Cody. She joined CrossFit in 2013 and is looking forward to return to her workout routine after having her baby girl.
  “It is a privilege to care for pediatric patients and their families. I recognize this honor even more so after becoming a mother and understanding the trust you must place in a physician that is caring for your child. I am excited to have the opportunity to follow patients as they grow, and to develop a relationship with both the patient and their family.”
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