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Yoon Hang “John” Kim, M.D., M.P.H.
120 Millbrook Village Drive, Suite E, Tyrone, GA 30290


Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Doctor of Medicine, May 1997
Honor: Howard Hughes Medical Institute Medical Student Research Fellowship

San Diego State University, San Diego, California
Masters of Public Health with concentration in Health Promotion May 2002

Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, May 1991
Honors: Valedictorian: Bachelor of Hood Award, Magna cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, PICAS Scholar, Merck Index Award, CRC Freshmen Achievement Award

UCLA CME Medical Acupuncture for Physicians, Los Angeles, California
Completed 300-hour medical acupuncture course March 2000


University of Arizona – Program in Integrative Medicine, Tucson, Arizona
FellowJanuary 2003 to December 2004
Honor: Osher Fellowship Award

UCSD-SDSU General Preventive Medicine Residency, San Diego, California
ResidentJuly 2000 to June 2002

St. Luke’s Family Practice Residency, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Affiliated with University of Wisconsin Medical School
ResidentAugust 1997 to November 1999
Golden Sneakers Service Excellence Award


American Board of Preventive Medicine
American Board of Medical Acupuncture
American Board of Holistic Medicine


Georgia Integrative Medicine, Tyrone, Georgia
Director (Current)

University of West Georgia, Carrolton, Georgia
Professor (Current)

Janie Bell Powell Summit Center for Health and Healing, Newnan, Georgia
Chief Executive Officer

Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine College, Berkeley, California
Dean of Integrative Medicine

Kaiser Permanente – Positive Choice Wellness Center, San Diego, California
Staff Physician


University of West Georgia, Carrolton, Georgia
Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine College, Berkeley, California
California Institute for Integral Studies, San Francisco, California
John F. Kennedy University, Pleasant Hill, California
Asian Institute of Medical Studies, Tucson, Arizona


1.Kim YH, Daniel N. Effectiveness of Mind-Body Medicine for Treating IBS. Altern Ther Women’s Health 2009;2:33-37
2.Kim YH, Carey D. Health Benefits of Meditation. Altern Ther Women’s Health 2009;2:9-16
3.Kim YH, Carey D. Health Benefits of Energy Medicine. Altern Ther Women’s Health 2008;10: 81-85.
4.Kim YH, Bowers J. Health Benefits of Tai Chi. Altern Ther Women’s Health 2008:10:25-29.
5.Kim YH, Bowers J. Health Benefits of Tea. Altern Ther Women’s Health 2008:9:9-12.
6.Kim YH, Bowers J. Efficacy of acupuncture for treating depression. Altern Ther Women’s Health 2007;9(7):49-53.
7.Kim YH, Bowers J. Effectiveness of acupuncture for treating asthma. Altern Med Alert 2007;10(8):91-94.
8.Kim, YH The effectiveness of acupuncture for treating depression. Alternative & Complementary Therapies. 2007;13: 129-131.
9.Kim YH, Kao M. Acupuncture and obesity. Altern Ther Women’s Health 2006;8(7):49-53.
10.Kim YH. Electroacupuncture and cholesterol levels. Altern Ther Women’s Health 2006;8(2):13-15.
11.Kim Y-H. Acupuncture for pelvic girdle pain in pregnancy. Altern Ther Women’s Health 2005;7(12):93-95.
12.Kim YH. Yoga for prevention of cardiovascular diseases. Altern Med Alert 2005;8(8):92-95.
13.Kim YH. Efficacy of acupuncture for treating knee osteoarthritis. Altern Med Alert 2005;8(5):49-53.
14.Kim, YH. et al. Efficacy of Acupuncture for Treating Cocaine Addiction. Journal of Addictive Diseases 2005; 24:115-132.
15.Schiff, E., Kim, Y.H., and Maizes, V. Vegetative States-An Integrative Approach.
16.Alternative Therapies. 2005; 11:26-33.
17.Schiff, E., Kim, Y.H., and Maizes, V. Vegetative States. Integrative Medicine. 2005
18.Kim, YH. et al. Distinguishing Alternative Medicine vs. Complementary Medicine. Archives of Internal Medicine. 2002; 162:943.
19.Kim, Y.H. Complexity Science and Holism. AHMA Newsletter. 2005:16.
20.Kim, Y.H. Acupuncture for Treating Depression. Alternative Medicine Alert. 2004: 8(3);25-28.
21.Kim, Y.H. Efficacy of Acupuncture for Treating Back Pain. Alternative Medicine Alert.2004:7 (7) 73-77.
22.Kim, Y.H. Mindfulness Meditation and Chronic Pain. Alternative Medicine Alert. 2004:7 (3) 33-35.
23.Kim, YH. Letter to Editor. Medical Acupuncture. 2002:13 (1) 5.

University of Arizona – Nutrition Conference March 11, 2004
California Acupuncture Medical Association – San Diego Chapter August 19, 2001
UCSD Family Medicine Department “Doctors as Teachers” Retreat May 5, 2001
AMSA National Convention March 31, 2000

Health Classics, San Diego, California November 2005, 2006
Schultz Financials, Reno, Nevada October 2004 and October 2005
Integrative Therapies and Depression, Tucson, Arizona November 2004
Western Clinician’s Conference, Maui, Hawaii, September 2004
12th & 15th Congress in Women’s Health, Hilton Head, South Carolina, June 2004 & 2007
American Holistic Medical Association, San Diego, May 2003
San Diego Academy of Family Practice, San Diego, Sept 2002, Jan 2003, Feb 2003
Association of Teachers in Preventive Medicine, Washington D.C., March 2002
Supportive Integrative Oncology, Emory Winship Cancer Institute, Atlanta, 2008

American Medical Association
American College of Preventive Medicine
American Holistic Medical Association
American Academy of Medical Acupuncture
Program in Integrative Medicine Alumni Association

English, Korean, Spanish, and Chinese

Medical Board of Georgia – Acupuncture Committee Member
BOARD OF DIRECTOR (Current and Past)

Summit Family YMCA
American Holistic Medical Association


Explore, Editorial Board
Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Peer Reviewer
Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, Peer Reviewer

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