Dr. Kim is an Associate Professor in the Division of Minimally Invasive Surgery and the Director of General Surgery at the Brighton Center for Specialty Care.
Dr. Kim graduated from Yale University in 1996 and received her medical degree from Weill Cornell Medicine in 2000. She completed her general surgery residency at St. Luke's - Roosevelt Hospital in NYC in 2005 and fellowship training in Minimally Invasive Surgery at the University of Texas in Houston in 2006.
Dr. Kim joined the faculty of St. Luke's - Roosevelt in 2006 where she was named Associate Program Director of the general surgery residency program in 2012 and Program Director in 2016. As a dedicated teacher and resident advocate, Dr. Kim developed numerous curricula for surgical education and received multiple teaching awards. Additionally, Dr. Kim founded the Surgical Mission Fund to help fund resident participation on surgical mission trips. In recognition of her devotion to patient care, Dr. Kim has received numerous patient choice awards over the last ten years and a wide variety honors commending her compassionate care as well as her care as a top doctor.
Dr. Kim joined the faculty at Michigan Medicine in January 2019.
Dr. Kim’s clinical interests are in broad-based general surgery, minimally invasive surgery, hernias, surgery of the gastrointestinal tract, surgery of the biliary tract, and acute care surgery.