Dr. Beverly Khodra
Dr. Beverly Khodra spent most of her childhood in the small, quaint town of Rome, Georgia. She completed undergraduate studies at Mercer University, where she studied engineering. After graduating, she served as an officer in the U.S. Air Force. Her service took her to Alaska, where she lived for several years. She separated from the service to attend medical school as a WWAMI student in the collaborative medical education program between the University of Washington and the state of Alaska.
She has a long-standing interest in service, being a part of the community, and working with rural and underserved populations. She looks forward to practicing family medicine and working to improve access to medical care for all. She is passionate about equal care and treatment for everyone.
Her hobbies include organizing, improving efficiency, reading, crafting, and learning random bits of knowledge. She is excited about training with Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic and serving the community.