Please Welcome our Newest Certified Physician Dr. Janet Kim

Please Welcome our Newest Certified Physician Dr. Janet Kim

In our quest to answer the most prevalent and difficult questions posed to Surviving Mold since its launch in 2010, we have initiated a program of certification for those doctors wanting to provide the latest and most effective care to patients suffering from Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS).

The certification process has begun generating certified practitioners who have completed the one – on - one training with Dr. Shoemaker. We are proud to introduce our newest practitioner, Dr. Janet Kim!

MB.,BS(UNSW), FACNEM, Dip Counselling Psychotherapy, Cert of Medical Acupuncture,  Cert of Family Planning , Cert of Family Medicine Programme,

Dr Kim graduated from University of NSW(UNSW), Australia  in 1987 with a medical degree.

She trained as a General Practitioner obtaining a Certificate of Family Medicine Programme, a Certificate of Family Planning shortly after graduation. 

She worked as a family physician since graduation until 2008, during which time she further trained to be a medical acupuncturist and trained in counseling and psychotherapy.

In 2008 whist working in general practice, she began training in nutritional and environmental medicine, obtaining a fellowship of ACNEM (Australian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine) in 2011.

She has been working as the principal practitioner of the N Plus Clinic located in Chatswood, Sydney Australia since 2010, and her passion is looking for root causes of chronic illnesses most of her patients present with. This is why Dr Ritchie Shoemakers 's CIRS resonated so much with her and she is determined to make a difference to long suffering patients.

Dr Kim is married with 2 grown up children who now all have left home. She was looking forward to enjoying her spare time with her husband as ‘empty nesters’, until CIRS came into her life…


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