PHYSICIANS

BRYNN E. EVERIST, M.D.

Dr. Brynn Everist

Education
Boston College, B.A., Pre-Med/Theology (2006)
University of Kansas School of Medicine, M.D. (2010)
Mayo Clinic, Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine Residency (2013)
University of Kansas Medical Center, Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Fellow (2021)

Diplomate
American Board of Pediatrics
American Board of Allergy and Immunology

Volunteer Service
Medical mission experiences in Haiti, Dominican Republic, Thailand, and Zambia

Memberships
American Academy of Pediatrics
American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology
American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology
Greater Kansas City Allergy Society

Dr. Brynn Everist is a Kansas City native who found her passion for the specialty of Allergy, Asthma, and Clinical Immunology several years after completing her residency. Following her training at Mayo Clinic, she worked in San Francisco, California, and was thrilled to return home to KC in 2014. While she loved the scope of her practice, she realized she wanted to become an authority in her favorite subspecialty and was delighted to join the KU Allergy/Immunology fellowship.

Dr. Everist’s mission is to improve the quality of her patients’ lives. She values her patients’ time and finds the most satisfaction in patient-centered care and strong patient-physician relationships. Patient feedback indicates that she is a good listener who takes time to understand her patient’s symptoms and unique lifestyles. Dr. Everist thinks this is the critical step to finding the equally unique treatment plan that will be easiest and most beneficial for each patient to successfully adopt.

When not in the office, Dr. Everist enjoys spending time with her husband (a musculoskeletal radiologist at KUMC), and their three children. In addition to family time, she enjoys a variety of hobbies, including running, cooking, traveling, entertaining at home, sewing, and gardening.

She can’t wait to meet her KCAA patients!

Notice to allergen immunotherapy patients

Due to the emergency conditions of the pandemic, we temporarily allow allergen immunotherapy patients to wait in their vehicles. We feel it is now safe for all patients to wait in the waiting room. We are requiring this of all allergen immunotherapy patients effective immediately.

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