Kenta-Bibi, Emmanuel, M.D., M.P.H., M.S.M.Ed., M.B.A.

Faculty – Portland Office


Sacred Heart College

Graduate School

University of Connecticut
Farmington, Connecticut
Masters in Public Health

Lake Erie College of Medicine
Erie, Pennsylvania
Masters in Medical Education

University of Massachusets
Amherst, Massachusetts
Masters in Business Administration

Medical School

University de Yaounde


Middlesex Health
Middletown, Connecticut


American Board of Family Medicine


Assistant Professor
University of Connecticut

Assistant Professor
Quinnipiac University

Assistant Clinical Professor
Yale University

Kenta-Bibi, Emmanuel, M.D., M.P.H., M.S.M.Ed., M.B.A.

Kenta-Bibi CasualA native of Cameroon, Dr. Kenta-Bibi was in rural practice prior to immigrating to the United States. After earning a Masters Degree in Public Health he worked as Public Health Emergency Response Coordinator for the Bristol-Burlington Health District before completing his residency training at Middlesex Health. He was the first graduate of our four year curriculum and helped pioneer our Maternal-Child Health and Teaching and Leadership Tracks.

Dr. Kenta-Bibi brings energy and a community and public health focus to our program, including serving as Medical Advisor to the Chatham Health District and Chair of the Health System Readmission Task Force. He practices full-spectrum family medicine including obsterics. He leads our new resident orientation activities and is our local champion for Information Mastery activities.

What I like best about working at Middlesex...

I like the friendliness of the people I work with and enjoy the strong mentorship support from my program. Working with residents and medical students is a gift I truly cherish. Middlesex is a great place to be a family doctor and coming to work is fun for me.

My favorite thing to do with residents is...

Spending time welcoming our new interns each year during Orientation Week. I also enjoy teaching evidence-based medicine and love it when residents include relevant and valid evidence in their clinical decision making.

What I do for fun...

I spend time with my family visiting from Cameroon and above all with my lovely wife, beautiful daughter and son. I'm also a huge international soccer (the rest of the world calls it football) fan.