Kyle Moylan, M.D., FACP
Geriatric Medicine, Internal Medicine, Palliative Care
American Board of Internal Medicine
University of Missouri – Kansas City
Kansas City, MO
Internal Medicine - Barnes-Jewish Hospital
St. Louis, MO
Geriatric Medicine, Barnes-Jewish Hospital
St. Louis, MO
St. Clare Hospital
Dr. Moylan is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine and Palliative Care. His areas of interest include dementia, Parkinson’s disease (and related disorders), gait/mobility issues, rationale medication use (particularly avoiding excess medication use and drug side effects), and palliative/end-of-life care. He previously served as Associate Program Director of the internal medicine residency program at University of Missouri in Columbia, where he also served as the Program Director for the Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Program. His interests have also included education, particularly related to geriatric medicine, palliative care, quality improvement, teamwork and patient safety. Awards/Recognitions: Dr. Moylan is most proud of the awards he has received for teaching and mentoring medical students or residents. He was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha (medical honor society) by the medical students at the University of Missouri in Columbia in 2009. He also received an award for outstanding clinical teaching from the curriculum board. Other notable achievements include attending an intensive course in Health Care Delivery Improvement at Intermountain Healthcare.
Dr. Moylan has been awarded Recognition by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) and the American Diabetes Association for patient care in Diabetes. NCQA, in partnership with the American Diabetes Association, developed the Diabetes Recognition Program to recognize clinicians who have met standards demonstrating delivery of high quality care to patients with diabetes.
Dr. Moylan has been awarded Recognition by the National Committee for Quality and Assurance (NCQA) and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association for patient care in heart disease and/or stroke. NCQA, in partnership with the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, developed the Heart/Stroke Recognition Program to recognize clinicians who have met standards demonstrating delivery of high quality care to patients with cardiovascular disease and/or stroke.
Articles by Dr. Moylan:
“Be Prepared: The ins and outs of seratonin syndrome” for ACP Hospitalist Magazine
Dr. Moylan was born and raised in St. Louis and is happy to be returning. He is the oldest of 7 children and most of his siblings live in the St. Louis area. He went to elementary school at Bowles Elementary, just down the street from St. Clare hospital, so it seems like his life is coming full circle! He likes to spend most of his free time with his wife (Lesli) and his two boys, ages 12 and 5. His hobbies (when he can find the time) include cycling, woodturning, photography, and spending time outdoors. He really likes camping and backpacking and hopes to be doing this more as his kids get older.