Kimberly Haith is originally from Bedford, PA.  She obtained a B.S. in health science and a master’s in physician assistant studies from St. Francis University.  During her undergraduate time at St. Francis she was a member of the intercollegiate tennis team.

After graduation she accepted a position in the neurosurgery department at Johns Hopkins Hospital.  Over the past fourteen years she has focused her career on helping patients of all ages manage a variety of orthopedic and neurological conditions.

Kim is patient focused.  She has learned to listen to the patient, and knows that they are their own best advocates.  One of her strengths is developing treatment and care plans that are tailored to and for each individual.  She flourishes in an atmosphere that is passionate about each individual patient.

She is excited about joining the ReGain and Stem Life team and wholeheartedly embraces their mission to change peoples’ lives.  The drive to change lives has been a primary motivator for her since her time at St Francis University.

Kimberly is married to Major Michael Haith.  They have three very active daughters.   In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and hiking.