Sep 1977 - Jun 1980
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
Michigan State University
FIELDS OF STUDY
Since launching his career in medicine, Dr. Ronald H. Kienitz, DO, has become an extremely active member of his professional community. He participates in numerous organizations, such as the Hawaii Medical Association, the Hawaii Board of Medical Licensing, the American Osteopathic Association, the Hawaii Federation of Physicians and Dentists, the Hawaii Occupational Medical Association, the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, the Hawaii Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons, and many others. He regularly contributes to magazines, such as the Hawaii Star Advertiser, the Hawaii Advertiser, and Midweek Hawaii, about issues relating to workers’ compensation. Dr. Kienitz has also served as an expert witness for state, federal, military, and maritime courts.Dr. Ronald H. Kienitz, DO, served 16 years on the board of medical licensing, first on the osteopathic board and another eight years on the combined MD/DO board. He has also held positions on the Boards of Directors for Blood Bank of Hawaii, Hawaii Medical Development Corporation, and Physicians' Exchange of Hawaii.Currently, Dr. Ronald H. Kienitz, DO, works as the Medical Director for the Concentra Medical Centers in Honolulu. He has treated more than 30,000 work-related injuries at his practice. He also provides emergency care to travelers. Additionally, Dr. Kienitz disseminates his expertise through his work as a Clinical Associate Professor for the Western University of Health Sciences.Before beginning his career, Dr. Kienitz attended the University of Michigan, from which he earned his Bachelor of Science in Zoology. He completed Master of Science training in cardiovascular physiology, and his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine at Michigan State University. He then performed an internship followed by an orthopedic surgery residency at Botsford General Hospital. Dr. Kienitz finished his training at the University of California, San Francisco, where he served an intensive residency in industrial medicine.Dr. Ronald H. Kienitz, DO, is a dedicated supporter of the Humane Society and the Honolulu Symphony. When he is not working, he enjoys windsurfing and racing automobiles.
Automobiles, Road racing, windsurfing