Revitalizing Healthcare

Dr. Kim Chan Ko: Opening Your Own Practice

August 30, 2022 Season 1 Episode 15
Dr. Kim Chan Ko: Opening Your Own Practice
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Revitalizing Healthcare
Dr. Kim Chan Ko: Opening Your Own Practice
Aug 30, 2022 Season 1 Episode 15

In part 3 of my interview with Dr. Kimberly Chan Ko, she shares answers to the top questions she receives regarding opening a ketamine clinic. Even if you're not interested in opening a ketamine clinic, there are lots of great pearls on opening your own medical practice. We discuss how you can have more autonomy and create a medical practice that aligns with your values!

Kimberly Chan Ko, M.D. is a board-certified ophthalmologist and diplomate of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. She is the co-founder of Ketamine StartUp, an online course teaching physicians how to open their own ketamine infusion clinic. Dr. Chan Ko created Ketamine StartUp with her emergency medicine physician husband after several years as the creative director of their own ketamine infusion clinic -Reset Ketamine in Palm Springs, CA.

She is a graduate of Pacific Union College with a B.S. in Business Administration. She obtained her medical education at Loma Linda University where she also completed her ophthalmology residency. She has been trained in coaching by Co-Active Coaching Institute. She is passionate about professional development, and how patient care begins with personal healing and growth in physicians.

You can download your free ketamine clinic checklist and business plan worksheet at: https://ketaminestartup.com/revitalizingdoctor

Social media/ways to connect:

Dr. Kim Chan Ko's IG profile is @Drkimberlyko
Her husband and her's ketamine clinic @resetketamine (FB, IG, Twitter)
To learn more about starting your ketamine clinic, follow them: @ketaminestartup (FB, IG, Twitter)

Are you a healthcare professional looking to empower yourself and advance in your field? Then, you won’t want to miss the transformational Women in Medicine Summit, September 13-14 at the Drake Hotel in Chicago. This event is a powerhouse of inspiration designed to elevate and celebrate women in medicine.

Dr. Austin, host of this podcast will be there and hopes you will be too!


MicroSkills is built on one core, easy-to-learn principle: every big goal, complicated task, healthy habit, and, yes, even what we think of as character traits, can be broken down into small, learnable, skills that can be practiced, and incorporated real-time. Pre-order wherever you buy your books or on Amazon; launches Apr 16.

Support the Show.

  • Connect with Andrea on Instagram (@revitalizingdoc) or LinkedIn about the show and more, or visit her website www.andreaaustinmd.com.
  • Sign up for her newsletter, “Revitalizing Healthcare.” It is your go-to source for insightful content on transforming the healthcare landscape and staying well while changemaking.
  • Join this list to keep up to date on the launch of her forthcoming book, Revitalized: A guidebook to rediscovering your heartline. This book provides a beacon for channeling emotional intelligence not only to survive but thrive in medicine.
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Show Notes

In part 3 of my interview with Dr. Kimberly Chan Ko, she shares answers to the top questions she receives regarding opening a ketamine clinic. Even if you're not interested in opening a ketamine clinic, there are lots of great pearls on opening your own medical practice. We discuss how you can have more autonomy and create a medical practice that aligns with your values!

Kimberly Chan Ko, M.D. is a board-certified ophthalmologist and diplomate of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. She is the co-founder of Ketamine StartUp, an online course teaching physicians how to open their own ketamine infusion clinic. Dr. Chan Ko created Ketamine StartUp with her emergency medicine physician husband after several years as the creative director of their own ketamine infusion clinic -Reset Ketamine in Palm Springs, CA.

She is a graduate of Pacific Union College with a B.S. in Business Administration. She obtained her medical education at Loma Linda University where she also completed her ophthalmology residency. She has been trained in coaching by Co-Active Coaching Institute. She is passionate about professional development, and how patient care begins with personal healing and growth in physicians.

You can download your free ketamine clinic checklist and business plan worksheet at: https://ketaminestartup.com/revitalizingdoctor

Social media/ways to connect:

Dr. Kim Chan Ko's IG profile is @Drkimberlyko
Her husband and her's ketamine clinic @resetketamine (FB, IG, Twitter)
To learn more about starting your ketamine clinic, follow them: @ketaminestartup (FB, IG, Twitter)

Are you a healthcare professional looking to empower yourself and advance in your field? Then, you won’t want to miss the transformational Women in Medicine Summit, September 13-14 at the Drake Hotel in Chicago. This event is a powerhouse of inspiration designed to elevate and celebrate women in medicine.

Dr. Austin, host of this podcast will be there and hopes you will be too!


MicroSkills is built on one core, easy-to-learn principle: every big goal, complicated task, healthy habit, and, yes, even what we think of as character traits, can be broken down into small, learnable, skills that can be practiced, and incorporated real-time. Pre-order wherever you buy your books or on Amazon; launches Apr 16.

Support the Show.

  • Connect with Andrea on Instagram (@revitalizingdoc) or LinkedIn about the show and more, or visit her website www.andreaaustinmd.com.
  • Sign up for her newsletter, “Revitalizing Healthcare.” It is your go-to source for insightful content on transforming the healthcare landscape and staying well while changemaking.
  • Join this list to keep up to date on the launch of her forthcoming book, Revitalized: A guidebook to rediscovering your heartline. This book provides a beacon for channeling emotional intelligence not only to survive but thrive in medicine.