Adria Ottoboni Winter, MD
Dr. Adria Ottoboni Winter, a board-certified Kern Medical Emergency Department faculty physician and assistant professor, is Emergency Department Quality Director and Faculty Director of the Outreach Program.
She is responsible for education and training of Kern Medical’s residency training program, accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, and oversees 24 emergency medicine residents during their four-year training program.
Dr. Winter received a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the University of California-Berkeley and her medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. She completed her internship in preliminary internal medicine at the Fresno Department of Medicine of the University of California San Francisco and her residency in emergency medicine in Kern Medical’s UCLA-affiliated Emergency Medicine program.
She is certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine and is certified and has served as an instructor in Advanced Trauma Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support. She is a member of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine and a former member of the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine. She received Kern Medical’s 2005 award for Excellence in Research.
Dr. Winter has served as Associate Program Director of Kern Medical’s Emergency Medicine Residency Program and as Faculty Director of the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Program. She is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine in Kern’s UCLA-affiliated Emergency Medicine program.
She has served as Laboratory Research Assistant in the University of California-Santa Barbara Department of Nuclear Engineering. She has contributed to a number of research projects, publications and presentations, and has served on numerous committees and panels.
Dr. Winter has been a college-level private tutor in biology and chemistry at the college level and has served as a teacher/mentor in San Francisco’s Mission School District Afterschool Project. She has also been an organizer for volunteer activities and fundraising for DEAF Media in Berkeley.
She has participated in a number of outreach programs, including those for high school physicals, mentoring, and health education; and for free clinics.