Dr. Sue Kim has a diverse background spanning Hematology, Internal Medicine, Integrative Medicine, and Medical Acupuncture. Following residency training in Internal Medicine at Brown University Hospitals & Clinics in Rhode Island, Dr. Kim initially came to the Bay Area to complete a fellowship in Hematology at Stanford University Hospital and Clinics, during which time, she also obtained a Master of Science in Epidemiology.
While in fellowship, Dr. Kim developed an interest in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). She undertook training in medical acupuncture through UCLA and has completed additional coursework in TCM locally, focused on expanding her knowledge of herbs and acupuncture. While working for Kaiser Hospitals and Clinics as an Internist, she served as a member and liaison to her facility of the Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) committee and worked to establish guidelines, agendas, and goals and for all of Northern California Kaiser.
Following her time at Kaiser, Dr. Kim worked at One Medical Group in San Francisco, providing her patients with integrative medical care, including acupuncture, lifestyle management, nutrition, herbs and supplement recommendations. She also worked closely with naturopathic doctors, acupuncturists, and a holistic nutritionist to optimize her patients’ health by designing a comprehensive treatment plan.
Dr. Kim has completed a fellowship program with the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, headed by Dr. Andrew Weil. She has completed board-certification in Integrative and Holistic Medicine. Dr. Kim is currently board-certified in Internal Medicine, Integrative and Holistic Medicine, and Medical Acupuncture and is board-eligible in Hematology.