Kennedy C. Wolfe, MD

Assistant Professor

Internal Medicine

Hofheimer Hall


Kennedy Wolfe, MD, is Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School.

Dr. Wolfe completed her medical training at West Virginia University and then her internship and residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Virginia. At UVA, she was part of the primary care track and global health track. Upon completion of her training in Internal Medicine, she became part of the EVMS faculty as a clinical educator in 2020. 

Her clinical interests include primary care, women’s health and global health. She enjoys the fulfillment that comes with connecting with patients while managing complex chronic diseases and teaching residents.  

Dr. Wolfe volunteers at the student-run Free Clinic for Spanish speakers, Clinica Esperanza. In her free time she enjoys running, cycling, going to the beach and spending time with her husband and German shepherd.