Dr. Rose Kenny is a physician and Clinical Informatician for the Family Care Center in Redmond, California. She works with many different medical professionals to aid her in the primary and secondary care of families and all of their members in the area.
Dr. Kenny has learned many skills and practices to help her patients and colleagues, since she graduated from Tufts Medical School in 1995. She uses her many skills to assist in the presentation of medical files for medical professionals to use for all patients—information that is vital to the proper treatment of conditions and diseases.
When she can, Dr. Kenny also takes cooking classes. She recently discovered the wonder of culinary immersion classes that give her the full context of particular kinds of food from all over the world.
Dr. Rose Kenny loves culinary immersion classes because they usually tell the full story of how a particular dish gets to the table, in addition to learning how to cook in different styles and how to make specific dishes. These course often include a historical and cultural component in the classes, adding to the broader picture of flavors native and significant to certain parts of the world and in different cultures. Dr. Kenny wanted to get the full context of the food she eats and has learned how to make over time.
Dr. Rose Kenny continues to challenge herself to learn new cuisines and new skills in addition to her medical skills and education because she loves to learn and tries to grow in all areas she can outside of work.