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Kevin Wallace, MD

Kevin Wallace, MD

Pulmonologist & Critical Care Specialist

  • Education

  • Howard University College of Medicine
    Washington, DC
  • Internship

  • The Mayo Clinic
    Jacksonville, FL
  • Residency

  • The Mayo Clinic
    Jacksonville, FL

Kevin Wallace, MD, a Board-certified Pulmonologist and Critical Care Specialist, shares his Palm Bay and Viera practices with James Shaffer, MD, a fellow Pulmonologist and founding Medical Director of the Health First VitalWatch eICU program.

Dr. Wallace attended Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he earned a Bachelor's of Science degree in Chemistry. In 1999 he earned his Medical Degree from Howard University College of Medicine in Washington, DC. He then completed an Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine as well as a Fellowship in Pulmonary Medicine at The Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, before completing another Fellowship in Critical Care Medicine at The Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.

Dr. Wallace is also a member of the American College of Physicians, American College of Chest Physicians, and the American Thoracic Society professional associations. He's also a member of the medical staffs at Health First Holmes Regional Medical Center and Health First Palm Bay Hospital.

Practice Information

  • Fellowship

  • Pulmonary and Critical Care
  • Board Certification

  • Pulmonary, Critical Care and Internal Medicine

Office Location

  • Health First's Viera Hospital Medical Plaza
  • 8725 N. Wickham Road
    Suite 302
    Viera, FL 32940
  • Phone: 321.434.9563


  • 2nd & 4th Wednesdays
    1st & 3rd Thursday
  • 1 pm to 4 pm

Hospital Privileges

  • Health First's Holmes Regional Medical Center
    1350 S. Hickory St.
    Melbourne, FL 32901
  • Phone: 321.434.7000
  • Health First's Viera Hospital
    8731 N. Wickham Road
    Viera, FL 32940
  • Phone: 321.434.9000


New patients should arrive at least 15 minutes before their scheduled appointments to complete all paperwork. They should bring their insurance cards, a government-issued photo ID, and lists of their medicines and any prior operations. Co-pays and any outstanding balances are due at the time of each visit. Generally, operations or procedures won't take place on the first visit.


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