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Dr. Kyungok Kim

Lower gastrointestinal disease · Inflammatory bowel disease

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Yeungnam University Medical Center

Daegu, South Korea

20

Doctors

14

Beds

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170 Hyeonchung-ro Nam-gu Daegu South Korea

About

Are you in search of a skilled and compassionate gastroenterologist who truly understands your digestive health needs? Look no further than Dr. Kyungok Kim – your partner in gastrointestinal well-being. Dr. Kim's journey in the field of gastroenterology began at Yeungnam University College of Medicine, where he graduated with excellence in 2002. His commitment to delivering exceptional care led him through various pivotal roles, each contributing to his profound expertise. After his graduation, Dr. Kim's devotion to his patients took him to the renowned Yeungnam University Hospital, where he spent years refining his skills. From 2003 to 2007, he dedicated himself to the Department of Internal Medicine, followed by an intensive focus on gastroenterology from 2007 to 2010. During this time, he earned his stripes, progressing from a full-time physician to a Clinical Professor. Dr. Kim's quest for excellence wasn't confined to his home country. In 2017, he embarked on a transformative journey to the IBD Center of Excellence at the Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, WA, USA. This enriching experience expanded his horizons and introduced him to cutting-edge insights. Back in South Korea, Dr. Kim continued to make waves. He assumed the role of Associate Professor of Gastroenterology at Yeungnam University Hospital, fostering a nurturing environment for learning and healing. His dedication to advancing gastroenterological knowledge was evident through his contributions to esteemed societies and research groups. Dr. Kim's commitment isn't just limited to clinical practice. He is a proud and active member of multiple prestigious organizations including the Korean Association for Intestinal Research and the Korean Society of Gastroenterology. His engagement in these societies reflects his dedication to the ongoing advancement of gastroenterological care.