Kathi Aultman, M.D. is a retired Board-Certified OB/Gyn and is currently an Associate Scholar with the Charlotte Lozier Institute. She is a member of the American Association of Prolife Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the Christian Medical and Dental Associations, the Florida Medical Association and is a Life-Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. She practiced medicine from 1981-2014 in Orange Park, Florida.
She obtained her B.A. at Drew University in1972, earned her medical degree at the University of Florida College of Medicine in 1977, and completed her Ob/Gyn Residency at the University of Florida affiliated Jacksonville Health Education Program in 1981.
Dr. Aultman was the co-founder and co-director of the first Rape Treatment Center in Jacksonville, Florida and performed sexual assault exams on women and children as a medical examiner for Duval and Clay Counties. She performed 1sttrimester D&C with suction abortions and 2ndtrimester D&E’s. She also served as the Medical Director for Planned Parenthood of Northeast Florida from 1981 to 1983.
Her experiences doing abortions, and those in her Ob/Gyn practice, led her to a prolife position. She has testified extensively on a variety of pro-life issues before state and congressional bodies and state courts and has assisted various state attorneys and the Justice Department. She spoke at the 2019 Washington D.C. March for life Rally and was the speaker at the 2019 March for Life Rose Dinner.
Dr. Aultman received the Clay County Medical Society’s “Award of Excellence” and the Florida Medical Association’s Distinguished Physician Certificate, “A Physician Who Cares” and their “Harold Strasser, MD Good Samaritan Award.”
She served on the Ethics Commission of the Christian Medical and Dental Associations, the Quality Assurance Committee for NF OB/GYN Associates, the Governing Board (Chair for many years), Medical Executive Committee and Quality Assurance Committees of the Orange Park Surgery Center and the Board of Community Health Outreach which provides medical and dental care as well as food and other services to the needy.
She participated in Clay County’s We Care program and the Healing Hands Clinic in Jacksonville to provide free care for uninsured patients. She cared for the female crew members of Mercy Ships in and out of the country and participated in their medical outreaches overseas.