Dr. Kilinski practiced clinical pharmacy in the hospital setting for 16 years, developing clinical support programs in nutritional support, pharmacokinetic based drug dosing, antimicrobial stewardship and clinical pharmacy consultative services. Dr. Kilinski earned his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine and completed his residency in anesthesia at the University of Kentucky. He practiced cardiac and general anesthesiology in an acute care, level II trauma center for the last 13 years.
Dr. Kilinski continues to practice anesthesia while focusing on giving back to the profession of medicine by teaching and mentoring future physicians. His desire is to contribute in some capitcity to medical students the knowledge, skills and passion for medicine and assit them in recognizing their potential and becoming expert leaders in their chosen medical speciality. This includes becoming leaders in patient focused healthcare advocacy in a constantly evolving, challenging, team-based healthcare system and by earning the trust and respect from the public who place their lives and health in the hands of the medical profession.
Dr. Kilinski has been involved in teaching pharmacy students and residents, medical students and residents as well as nursing students and other ancillary healthcare professionals throughout his career as lecturer and proctor for Purdue University, Butler University, University of Southern Indiana and Indiana University School of Medicine.