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Kimberly Dianne Maigi, FNP

Family Medicine, Primary Care

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Kimberly Dianne Maigi, FNP

About Kimberly Dianne Maigi, FNP


A Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Kimberly earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Cox College of Nursing in Springfield, Missouri, and her Master of Science in Nursing from Missouri State University. She is board certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.

As a family medicine provider, Kimberly loves the variety of seeing patients of all ages, as well as the ability to care for an entire family. With a diverse background that includes orthopedics, emergency medicine and cardiac medicine, Kimberly is equipped to provide well-rounded care. Taking special interest in diabetes, nutrition and exercise, weight management, acute illness and orthopedics—including joint injections, Kimberly believes in building relationships with her patients to encourage healthy lifestyles as a top priority.

A Midwest native, Kimberly now enjoys being part of the friendly Williamsburg community. Her favorite hobbies include running, bicycling and gardening. Kimberly and her husband have two sons and a miniature poodle.


Graduate: Missouri State University

Board Certifications

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners - Nurse Practitioner - Family


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