- Clinical Professor of Medicine
- Rutgers Medical School
- Internal Medicine
- Emergency Medicine
Prudence P. Kline, MD, is a Clinical Professor of Medicine (Emeritus) in the Division of General Internal Medicine – 2300 M Street location.
Dr. Kline earned her Medical Degree at The College of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Rutgers Medical School, 1978, graduating with induction into AOA as a junior student. After completion of a one year Internship at The George Washington University Medical Center, she remained here to complete her Internal Medicine Residency training in 1981. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine and is licensed in the District of Columbia.
Dr. Kline’s professional career has spanned more than thirty-five years. She has worked in both the private and public sector, most recently in private practice in the District of Columbia, where she worked for thirty one years. Prior to that, Dr. Kline was employed for four years at the GWU Hospital and before that, a short stint at a medical facility in Maryland.
Dr. Kline received her academic appointment in the Department of Medicine in 1986 as a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine. In 1996, under Emergency Medicine, she was appointed to a regular faculty appointment, Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine which she held until 2000, before attaining the academic rank of Clinical Professor of Medicine. In 2018, Dr. Kline was awarded Emeritus status as acknowledgment of distinguished service to the University.