Katrina Bradford, MD graduated Magna Cum Laude from Harvard University with a BA in History of Science. She completed her medical training at UCLA School of Medicine, and then completed her residency training at UCLA-Santa Monica Medical Center. She moved to Dallas in 2001 and has spent over 20 years serving patients and earning the respect of her patients and colleagues. She specializes in comprehensive health care and has a special interest in women’s health, men’s health, preventative medicine, and management of chronic medical problems including diabetes, hypertension, and high cholesterol.
Dr. Bradford especially values developing long term relationships to help her patients reach and maintain their best health. She feels it is important to clearly understand each individual patient’s personal health needs and goals and to help them find tools to achieve them. She is compassionate, kind, patient, and an excellent listener.
Dr. Bradford is married and has 2 sons who are very active in sports. She enjoys being their number one fan, and continuing her own exercise running, biking, doing yoga or working out in the gym. She is an avid reader of historical fiction and loves to travel. She has been committed to giving back to the community by serving as a founding Board Member, the volunteer Medical Director and a volunteer primary care provider for patients at Christ’s Family Clinic, a charity health clinic in Dallas, since it opened in 2003.
Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas
Harvard University, BA History and Science, Magna Cum Laude
University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine
Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center, Chief Resident
American Board of Family Medicine
American Medical Association
American Academy of Family Physicians
Texas Medical Association
Texas Academy of Family Physicians
Dallas County Medical Society
Nicholas Pisacano Leadership Foundation Scholar
Awarded D Magazines Best Doctors 2021
Best In Texas Magazine 2022