Kimberly Lindsey, DDS
Dr. Kimberly Lindsey is a native of Richmond, Virginia and attended James Madison University in Harrisonburg Virginia from 1986 to 1990. While attending college she was offered an ROTC scholarship and graduated JMU with a Biology degree as well as a commission as a second lieutenant in the Medical Service Corps in the US Army. She was then offered a Health Professional Scholarship to attend the Medical College of Virginia School of Dentistry where she graduated with a Doctor of Dental Surgery in 1994. In that same year, Dr. Lindsey entered active duty and was stationed at Fort Stewart where she served as the 24ID and then 3ID Battalion Dental Surgeon. She also volunteered her time to serve as one of the dentists for the Savannah portion of the 1996 Olympics. She received her certificate of training in Endodontics at Fort Bragg in 2006 and became a Diplomate to the American Board of Endodontics in 2009. She has taught at the Army’s 2 year Comprehensive Dentistry Program at Fort Bragg and then ultimately became the Program Director at the Fort Gordon Advanced Education in Endodontics. After teaching for the past 12 years, Dr. Lindsey moved to Hunter Army Airfield as an Endodontist and as the Deputy Commander. Her career in the Army has taken her to Korea, Egypt, Honduras, Fort Bragg, Fort Gordon and Hunter Army Airfield and has earned her the rank of Colonel. She is currently serving as the Assistant Director of the the Army Endodontic Residency at Fort Bragg. She has worked part time as an endodontist in North Carolina since 2006 and in Georgia since 2019. She is honored to serve with the wonderful soldiers that fight for this nation’s freedom. She is also honored to provide outstanding endodontic care to those who live in this great nation.