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Dr. Dooyoung Kang

Cardiovascular diseases · Video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) · Aortic valve disease · Pneumothorax

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Kangbuk Samsung Hospital

Seoul, South Korea

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29 Saemunan-ro Jongno-gu Seoul South Korea

About

Meet Dr. Dooyoung Kang: Your Partner in Thoracic Health Are you seeking expert care and compassionate guidance for thoracic health concerns? Dr. Dooyoung Kang, a distinguished thoracic surgeon with a remarkable journey of healing and innovation. Dr. Kang's dedication to your well-being shines through his specialized expertise in lung cancer, esophageal cancer, pneumothorax, and general thoracic surgery. His extensive experience ensures that you're in capable hands, whether you're facing complex challenges or seeking preventive care. Imagine having a healthcare partner who understands your concerns and communicates in a way that resonates with you. Dr. Kang, a graduate of Yonsei University College of Medicine, has honed his skills through diverse experiences, including roles at Gangnam Severance Hospital, Samsung Seoul Hospital, and Korea University Guro Hospital. This journey has not only made him a seasoned clinician but also equipped him to connect with patients from all walks of life. If you're struggling with hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) in your hands or armpits, Dr. Kang offers advanced treatments to enhance your comfort and confidence. His proficiency in thoracoscopic surgery and thoracic tuberculous disease management ensures that you receive the latest advancements in the field, minimizing invasiveness and optimizing recovery. Dr. Kang's pursuit of excellence led him to complete his doctoral studies at Korea University College of Medicine Graduate School. His passion for elevating thoracic care is further demonstrated through his role as an Associate Professor at Catholic Kwandong University International St. Mary's Hospital. He is also an integral part of the Korean Society of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery Review Committee, reflecting his commitment to shaping the future of thoracic medicine.