Dr. Ken Mwatha provides medical care to critically ill individuals through the emergency department at a clinic in Baltimore, Maryland. Before accepting his position, he worked for the Harbor Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine in the same city. In the lead-up to his hospital positions, Dr. Ken Mwatha studied as an emergency medicine resident at Johns Hopkins University. He went on to achieve certification through the American Board of Emergency Medicine.
Beyond his clinical experience, Dr. Ken Mwatha has served as research assistant for several scholarly medical projects. For example, he contributed to research comparing the effectiveness of two diagnostic tools useful in determining the presence of kidney stones. His research background includes time participating in a study of HIV and of inflammatory bowel disease genetics.
Outside of work, Dr. Mwatha maintains an interest in rugby. As a college student, he played rugby for four years. He was honored with the Western All-Star designation and competed in the 2000 National All-Star Rugby Tournament.