About Dr. Kim
Originally from California, Dr. Kim has lived in the DC/Baltimore region since 1999. He majored in biology at Johns Hopkins University for his undergraduate education, and subsequently attended the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health studying public health in the reproductive biology department.
He received his medical degree from the Georgetown University School of Medicine. After medical school, he spent a year at the University of Maryland Medical Center for his intern year and returned to Georgetown University Hospital for his anesthesiology residency. He has since practiced as a Board-Certified Anesthesiologist in the Department of Anesthesiology at Georgetown Hospital and is licensed to practice medicine in DC and VA.
At Georgetown, Dr. Kim is the head of the anesthesia medical simulation program, teaching medical students, residents and fellow attending physicians in airway management and moderate sedation. He has extensive experience with ketamine as a sedative, induction agent, analgesic and adjunct for pain management.
Dr. Kim enjoys traveling with his wife and Bernese mountain dog, Mufasa.