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Jordana Rachel Fox Kensicki, DO

Pediatric Neurologist and Epileptologist

Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children's Hospital

Dr. Jordana Fox Kensicki is a Pediatric Neurologist and Epileptologist at the Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. She is an assistant clinical professor at Barrow Neurological Institute and the University of Arizona School of Medicine department of child health and neurology. She completed her medical education at Midwestern University Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. She then went on to a 5-year child neurology residency at Phoenix Children’s Hospital in conjunction with Barrow Neurological Institute. After completing residency, she completed 2 years of fellowship training in Pediatric Clinical Neurophysiology and Epilepsy at Children’s Medical Center, University of Texas at Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. Following completion of training she returned to Phoenix Children’s Hospital to serve as faculty in the Neurology division as part of the Epilepsy group.

Dr. Fox is currently active in quality improvement within the neurology division and structuring ways to better serve pediatric epilepsy population with utilization of a live electronic epilepsy dashboard. She has multiple peer reviewed publications on topics related to neurology and epilepsy. She is passionate about medical education and will be starting as the associate program director of the Child Neurology residency program beginning in January 2022.

Dr. Fox Kensicki has no disclosures.


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AOMA 41st Annual Fall Seminar: Here We Grow! November 5 - 7, 2021

Total Credits: 20.0 including 20.0 AOA Category 1-A, 20.0 AMA PRA Category 1

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AOMA 41st Annual Fall Seminar. 20 hours of continuing medical education, including 3.0 hours of opioid prescribing CME from the premier provider of CME in Arizona! Three types of credits.
$910.00 - Non-Member Physician
Ends 12/28/2021

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