Anne Kim, MD, is a pediatric surgeon at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital and UH Ahuja Medical Center. She aso sees patients at UH Mentor Health Center. She is Assistant Clinical Professor, Surgery, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
Dr. Kim is board certified in surgery and certified in acute trauma life support and pediatric acute life support. Her special interests include congenital diaphragmatic hernia repair, anorectal malformation repair and Hirschsprung's disease. She also is interested in the holistic care of expectant mothers with prenatal diagnoses of congenital anomalies.
Dr. Kim completed her undergraduate work at Amherst College, Amherst, Mass., graduating magna cum laude with a degree in chemistry. She earned her medical degree and a Master’s of Public Health from New York Medical College, Valhalla, N.Y. She served her residency in general surgery at the University of California at Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, Calif., and a fellowship in pediatric surgery at the University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla. She joined the UH Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital staff in 2013.
Dr. Kim’s research interests include development of specialized surgical techniques for infants and children such as thoracoscopic repair of congenital diaphragmatic hernia and two-stage basilic vein transposition for pediatric dialysis. She has authored or coauthored nearly a dozen papers in peer-reviewed journals about her basic and clinical research related to innovative surgical techniques and presented at national pediatric and medical meetings.
She is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, American College of Surgeons and Christian Medical and Dental Association.
Dr. Kim has participated in medical mission trips to Togo, Kenya and Ghana and is involved in many community service projects in the local area as a well. In her leisure time, she enjoys piano, singing, salsa dancing, photography, running, yoga and ultimate Frisbee.
Honors and Achievements
Frederick A. Coller Surgical Society Clinical Tour (used for work in Togo), 2010
World Medical Mission Resident Fund Scholarship (used for work in Kenya), 2009
Long-term outcomes for complex congenital anomalies
Quality issues and cost-effectiveness in pediatric surgical care
American Board of Surgery - Pediatric Surgery
American Board of Surgery - Surgery
Education & Training
1999, Amherst College
Medical / Professional School(s)
2004, New York Medical College
2011, General Surgery - UC Davis Medical Center
2013, Pediatric Surgery - Shands at The University of Florida
Hirschsprung's Disease, Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernias, Anorectal Malformations
UH Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital
Department of Pediatric Surgery - General and Thoracic Surgery
11100 Euclid Ave
UH Mentor Health Center
9000 Mentor Ave
UH Ahuja Medical Center
3999 Richmond Rd
UH Westlake Health Center
960 Clague Rd
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