"Dr. Kristin Thomas graduated with honors from the University of Michigan in 1990 and then completed her medical degree at Michigan in 1994. She finished residency training at Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1997 and then was appointed one of Hopkins first hospitalists in 1997, serving for one year in this faculty position. In 1998 she served a year on faculty at Hopkins as Chief Resident. She completed six months of fellowship training at Hopkins in Rheumatology in 1999 prior to moving to Washington DC where she joined Foxhall Internists, P.C., in December 1999."
"Foxhall Medicine was founded with the belief that medical care should remember its roots, meaning that Doctors have personal relationships with their patients. Doctors know their patients when they are well, in order to guide them through a lifetime of good health. At the same time, the 21st century is awash in new medical technology, diagnostic tests and treatments. We also believe that it is imperative to “keep up,” so that our patients can always be assured that we are providing the best possible, modern care…in a rational, thoughtful, individualized way.
We are privately owned. This allows us to maintain our independence. We have strong connections throughout the major health care networks, but we are beholden to no one but our patients. “Modern” medicine traces its roots to the 19th century where doctors truly knew their patients. Today, we strive to keep the best of the “old,” with the best of the “new.”"