Kimberly P. Stone, MD

Kimberly P. Stone, MD

Emergency Medicine

On staff since August 2007

Children's Title: Co-Director Pediatric Emergency Department Simulation

Academic Title: Associate Professor

Research Center: Center for Clinical and Translational Research

"I’ve always been drawn to provide care for the sickest of the sick, where I must get it right. The extra challenges in emergency medicine are more rewarding because I know my actions are more critical. I love the privilege of guiding families through very difficult moments in their lives. "

Dr. Kimberly Stone is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Washington and an Attending Physician in the Emergency Department at Seattle Children’s Hospital. She is Co-Director for Pediatric Emergency Medicine Simulation at Seattle Children’s Hospital and a member of the ED Quality Improvement Committee.

She received her medical degree from the University of California, San Francisco and completed residency and fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital and Seattle Children’s Hospital.  Dr. Stone is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics in Pediatrics and Pediatric Emergency Medicine.  She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and American College of Emergency Physicians.  She is certified in PALS and ATLS and is an ATLS instructor.  She is Co-PI on several studies related to simulation-based resuscitation training.  Her interests are in resuscitation, simulation education, quality improvement and research.

Making a Difference

  • Training at Site of Care

    Seattle Children’s unique approach brings simulation training where it’s needed – at the clinical worksite. ... cont.


Board Certification(s)

Pediatric Emergency Medicine

Medical/Professional School

University of California San Francisco School of Medicine, San Francisco


Pediatrics, Children's Hospital Boston, Boston


Emergency Medicine, Children's Hospital Boston, Boston
Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Seattle Children's Hospital , Seattle

Research Focus Area

Translational Research


  • Bhushan A, Kupperman JL, Stone JE, Kimberly PJ, Calman NS, Hacker MP, Birge RB, Tritton TR, Newell MK
    Drug resistance results in alterations in expression of immune recognition molecules and failure to express Fas (CD95).
    9723776 Immunology and cell biology , 1998 Aug. : 350-6

Research Funding

Grant Title Grantor Amount Award Date
Evaluation of Simulation-Based Learning and Scripted Debriefing to Improve PALS Educational Outcomes for Learners and Novice instructors: A Multi-Center Trial American Heart Association $4,000.00 Jan. 1, 2009
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Trauma Start-up Funds unknown $5,000.00 Jan. 1, 2009
Development of a Simulation-Based Pediatric Resuscitation Curriculum Academic Enrichment Fund $40,000.00 Oct. 1, 2007