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Meet Min

Min Kang, MD joined The Wright Center for Community Health in 2017. She practices at The Wright Center for Community Health Mid Valley Practice and is accepting new pediatric patients.

Miles Between Her Practice and Her Hometown


Years at The Wright Center


Publications and Presentations


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A scientist at heart, Dr. Kang studied molecular and cell biology as an undergraduate and earned her medical degree from St. George’s University School of Medicine. While living in Oakland, CA, she volunteered with a skating program for children with autism and began to develop a passion for helping kids. Her decision to work with children in healthcare was cemented when she worked temporarily as a teacher in Korea. Dr. Kang completed her residency in Pediatrics at Icahn School of Medicine.

Dr. Kang says she experiences “the best of both worlds” at The Wright Center, where she is able to help kids and train residents who are working in the clinic. “I want to serve a population that needs me the most,” she says. “The Wright Center is an ideal place to satisfy such a goal.” Dr. Kang has experience in neurodegenerative disease research at SUNY Buffalo and Columbia University Medical Center and has published and presented in various settings.

Dr. Kang was born in Seoul, South Korea, where most of her family still resides, and raised in Osaka, Japan. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with her husband, who lives in Philadelphia. An accomplished figure skater, she was a silver medalist in U.S National Intercollegiate Figure Skating Championship in Junior Ladies in 2008, as well as the Korean National Champion in Novice Ladies in 2001. Dr. Kang also trained with Yuna Kim, Olympic gold medalist in figure skating in 2010. Dr. Kang is fluent in English, Korean and Japanese.

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