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Child abuse pediatrics, Primary care - family medicine, Primary care - pediatrics




Kenneth W. Feldman M.D. is a primary care pediatrician and UW clinical professor of pediatrics. He is board-certified in child abuse pediatrics and consults on child abuse issues. 

Dr. Feldman's clinical interests include primary care, childhood unintentional injuries and child abuse. He completed his undergraduate and medical school training at the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 1970. 
Dr. Feldman tries to support families in their own parenting ability. However, in his child protection role, he often must speak out for the child's well being.

He has consulted, researched, written and lectured on child physical abuse since 1983. His research focus has been on defining characteristics of inflicted and innocent injuries and injury prevention. He directed Seattle Children’s child abuse program from 1983-2010, and received the Helfer Society’s (academic society for child abuse) Ray Helfer award in 2008. 

Personal Interests

Dr. Feldman enjoys hiking, climbing, skiing, kayaking and running. He likes to take the new interns up a mountain just before they start.
Univ. of Wisconsin Medical School

Medical education, 1970

Children's Orthopaedic Hospital & Medical Center (Seattle)

Internship, Pediatrics

Children's Orthopaedic Hospital & Medical Center (Seattle)



Board Certifications
  • Child Abuse Pediatrics, 2009, American Board of Pediatrics
  • Pediatrics, 1975, American Board of Pediatrics