Margaret Kincaid, MD


Dr. Margaret Kincaid is currently a radiology resident at Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. She has regularly served as an instructor for point of care ultrasound courses, and has a particular interest in the use of portable ultrasound in wilderness medicine settings. She is AWLS certified and is currently a FAWM candidate. During her fourth year of medical school she climbed Mt Aconcagua, which is where she met Dr. Mattingly, Dr. Schneider, Dr. Rynn and Chris Gibson (Paramedic, FAWM).  This trip resulted in numerous great friendships, as well as an insatiable desire to climb more mountains. With Wild Med Adventures she has since climbed Mt Orizaba, Carstensz Pyramid, Kilimanjaro, and was part of the August 2016 Mt. Elbrus expedition. She has been a life-long outdoor enthusiast, growing up backpacking in Wyoming’s Wind River Range and doing canoe trips in Northern Ontario.  She recently climbed Mt Whitney, and has done extended hiking trips in the French Alps and Italian Dolomites. Travel has taken her to six continents so far, and she is intent on making it seven in the near future. Prior to starting medical school she was a long time Utah resident, and enjoys telemark skiing, mountain biking and climbing.  She generally loves being outside, and makes it a point to squeeze every last drop out of free time in residency.