Daniel Kim, M.D., is a surgeon with UW Medicine and a UW assistant professor of Surgery.
Dr. Kim believes that great patient care requires a team of people who care deeply about patient well-being. The patient and physician are a small part of the whole and rely on many others for the best possible result. He feels that when patients and doctors are honest and caring of each other, it makes the team effort stronger and more efficient.
Dr. Kim earned his M.D. from Temple University. His expertise and interests include laparoscopic and open surgery, disease of the gallbladder, hernia repair, emergency general surgery, soft tissue tumors and infections and benign anorectal disease.
In his free time Dr. Kim enjoys bicycling, hiking, kayaking and spending time with family and friends.