Dr. Edward Kim was born in 1967. He grew up in rural Northeastern Pennsylvania. Dr. Kim received his undergraduate degree in Chemistry with distinction and honors at Yale University in 1989. He attended medical school at the University of Pennsylvania and Duke University after receiving a Four-Schools Scholarship. He trained in internal medicine in the Osler Medical Service at Johns Hopkins Hospital. He then completed a postdoctoral research fellowship at the J. David Gladstone Institute and continued as a staff research investigator. He has authored numerous articles regarding basic mechanisms of cholesterol metabolism and cell signaling. During this time he also completed a general cardiology fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco. Finally, he received subspecialty training at Johns Hopkins Hospital in interventional cardiology. Dr. Edward Kim is board certified in both general cardiology and interventional cardiology and is a NASPExAM Testamur.
"Patients need to be empowered with accurate, non-biased and up-to-date information regarding their condition and options for care. To achieve the best outcomes, medical treatments then need to be tailored to individual patients based on their specific medical and personal needs as well as their desires. My mission is to guide patients through this decision-making process and then to synthesize an individualized plan to deliver optimal cardiac care."
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