Gregory Kennebeck, MD

Adjunct Professor

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Gregory Kennebeck, MD

Greg Kennebeck, MD joined UC Health in 2002 and is currently Associate Professor of Medicine in the department of Internal Medicine. Dr. Kennebeck received his formal residency training at Baylor University Medical Center in Houston, Texas, where he was voted outstanding resident of the year in his last year of residency. He then stayed on for an extra chief resident year in Houston at Baylor. Dr. Kennebeck believes in the primary care role of overseeing everything that happens with his personal patients whether it be in his own office or elsewhere with specialty referrals. Preventive care is of the utmost importance but he also believes in being available for most urgent medical needs of his patients. He sees both males and females from 18 years of age above and believes in establishing long term relationships with his patients. He often returns phone calls by patients himself in order to be in better communication with his patients. Dr. Kennebeck is an active part of the Executive Health Physical program at our UC Health Physicians Office - Clifton location where he sees patients. His active participation in the teaching of medical students and residents at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine helps him mold the future doctors of tomorrow.




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Internal Medicine


Bachelor's Degree

University of Illinois at Champaign/Urbana


Medical Degree

Northwestern University Medical School


Internship and Residency

Baylor College of Medicine


Chief Medical Resident

Baylor College of Medicine


Board Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine



Internal Medicine