At the University of South Florida in Tampa, Dr. Namita Kedia applies her expertise as a Clinical Associate Professor. Dr. Kedia teaches a number of individuals, including medical students, special operations medics, physician assistants, and residents. She also performs emergency medical care at Brandon Regional Hospital in Florida and Jet I.C.U., an air ambulance company.
In 2009, Dr. Namita Kedia worked as an Emergency Medicine Consultant for CME projects at CE Symmetry. Dr. Kedia received her Doctor of Medicine from The University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine in Memphis in 2001. She completed her residency in 2006 and became board certified in emergency medicine in 2007.
Additionally, Dr. Namita Kedia serves as a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians (FACEP). While living in India from 2002 to 2003, Dr. Kedia volunteered for a few months at a local clinic in Mumbai that assisted women and children in the area. At the medical clinic, she assisted women and children of the Kamathipura region. A charitable individual, she supports the Tampa General Hospital Foundation.
Prior to her medical career, Dr. Namita Kedia enjoyed playing soccer for eight years in school. While in high school, she attended a cultural immersion program, The Governor’s School for International Studies in Tennessee, and briefly worked for IBM. In college, she choreographed and performed Indian dances. At present, Dr. Kedia also enjoys traveling and has visited five continents. Some of her favorite travel destinations include Prague, Russia, Peru, Costa Rica, Hong Kong, Latvia, Kenya. She also liked visiting Mexico, Scotland, England, Cambodia, and Thailand. An outdoor enthusiast, she has hiked to Machu Picchu. Other activities that she likes include reading, biking, and swimming.