Kay Rauth-Farley

Kay Rauth-Farley is a board certified pediatrician who specializes in forensic pathology (child abuse and neglect evaluation). Dr. Farley is a graduate of Creighton University, the Creighton University School of Medicine, and the University of Nebraska Medical Center. In 1989 Dr. Farley joined The Children’s Health Center of St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona as a pediatric faculty member. She was the Medical Director of the Child Abuse Assessment Center at St. Joseph’s Hospital (now known as the Arizona Children’s Center). From 1998-2001 Dr. Farley was on the staff of the Division of Emergency Medicine at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri. Her duties there consisted of serving as a member of the CARE team, which evaluated children suspected of being abused or neglected. Dr. Farley accepted her position as the Medical Director of Sunflower House, a children’s advocacy center, in 2003. In 2006, Dr. Farley was elected to the Board of Directors of the National Children’s Alliance, the oversight organization in DC that accredits Children’s Advocacy Centers. Dr. Farley has received numerous awards, including a proclamation from then Arizona Governor Jane D. Hull, the U.S. Customs Office in Phoenix, the Phoenix Police Department, Child Protective Services of Arizona, the Mary Paul O’Grady Award for the Pursuit of Social Justice presented by the Sisters of Mercy of St. Joseph’s Hospital, the Humanitarian Award presented by the residents and faculty of the Children’s Health Center, and numerous teaching awards.

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