Brooke Kyle, MD

Practices at Springfield: Riverbend

After her undergraduate training at Vanderbilt University, she completed her medical school and obstetrics/gynecology residency at Louisiana Health Sciences University – New Orleans in 2004. She brought experience from her previous practices in Miami and Australia prior to when she joined Women’s Care in 2009. She is from Louisiana, but considers her forever home to be Oregon.

When you come in Dr. Kyle’s patient rooms, you are greeted with lots of bright art, inspiration, and the smiling warmth that she brings. People have described her as effervescent, caring, and compassionate. The skills of listening and connection are some of her strong suits.

“I care about your whole self: how you feel physically and emotionally. Emotional wellbeing brings joy to living.“  Dr. Kyle’s passion is in emotional experience of living. She loves working with people’s mental health as how it relates to their gynecologic and obstetric care. She has served with WellMama, the perinatal mental health nonprofit, for over 10 years. She also speaks nationally on perinatal mental health in education and advocacy.

Her skills in minimally invasive surgeries allow her patients to improve their concerns while get back to life more quickly. She also has interests in PCOS, in office surgeries, high and low risk obstetrics, treatment of abnormal paps, adolescent care, and the transition through menopause. She is an advocate for care of all patients, and welcomes everyone with the kindness and respect they deserve.

Dr. Brooke Kyle enjoys being with her husband and 3 kids: they are the joy of her life. As a family, the Kyles love to hike the mountains and forests, kayak the river, camp under the stars, play the guitar and piano, take care of their many animals, and rewatch the Sound of Music for the 50th time. Community service is a pillar of her being. She also enjoys cooking, watercolor painting, and art quilting.

Internship and Residency
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center,
New Orleans, LA, 2004
Medical School
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center,
New Orleans, LA, 2000