Dr. Sherman, Family & Community Medicine
- Family Medicine - FAAFP
Kamille Sherman was born and raised in rural North Dakota. She completed undergraduate premedical studies at University of North Dakota and graduated from UND SMHS. She completed Family Medicine residency at Altru - Grand Forks, North Dakota. Dr. Sherman practiced broad-based Family Medicine in Dickinson, ND for twelve years before accepting full time academic work with UND SMHS Dept of Family and Community Medicine in 2014. She is currently serving as the Family Medicine Clerkship Co-Director and the Co-Director of Rural Opportunities in Medical Education for third-year medical students, as well as other duties for all levels of medical student education at UND SMHS.
Dr. Sherman is a member of Alpha-Omega-Alpha medical honor society and a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. She is Board-Certified in Family Medicine. She is a past president of the North Dakota Academy of Family Physicians. Rural medical education and high quality rural healthcare are a couple of Dr. Sherman's interests.
Rural medical student education
Board Certified - American Academy of Family Physicians
Residency Training - Family Medicine - Altru, Grand Forks, ND -- completed June 30, 2002
M.D. - University of N Dakota - 1999