Kim takes a comprehensive, integrative approach to healthcare and values developing long-lasting partnerships with her patients. A compassionate listener and thorough physician, she enjoys helping patients alter their lifestyles for optimal health and wellness. As a former elite gymnast, Kim is also particularly interested in musculoskeletal conditions. She received a bachelor's degree in human biology from Stanford University and continued at Stanford for her MD. After doing her residency training in family medicine at Oregon Health & Science University, Kim completed a fellowship in integrative medicine in a joint program through Andrew Weil's Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona and Oregon Health & Science University. Kim is certified with the American Board of Family Medicine.