Dr. Kathryn Martin


Kaytey graduated in 2014 from the University of Manitoba, and completed her family medicine residency through the Brandon residency program in early 2016. Kaytey can often be found at her cottage in Riding Mountain National Park, where she enjoys exploring the trails and spending time with family. She is also an avid animal lover who happily spoils her pet rotten.

Why Morden?

I was lucky enough to complete an elective at Agassiz Medical Centre this past year, and I thoroughly enjoyed the time I spent in the Boundary Trails region. I found that there was a wide variety of challenging medicine to keep me on my toes, with the added bonus of a wonderfully supportive group of colleagues and a warm, welcoming community. I am very excited to begin my rural family medicine career in Morden.

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