Ji Yon Hwang-Ki, M.D.

18403 Clear Smoke Road, Boyds, Maryland 20841



  • United States Citizen, Naturalized
  • Born in South Korea, but raised and attended secondary school in Spain and Ecuador.
  • Moved to Montgomery County, Maryland at the age of 18 and resided there ever since (except for 3 year residency in New York City)
  • Married with 3 daughters. Residing in Boyds, Montgomery County.



  • University of Maryland at Baltimore County (UMBC), 1995

Degree: B.S. in Biology, studied with Honors, 3.93 G.P.A.

  • Han-Yang University, School of Medicine, South Korea, 2001

Degree: M.D.

  • University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland, October 2002 thru June 2004 : Internal Medicine Observership



  • Maryland Board of Physicians License No. D66159
  • American Board of Internal Medicine, Board Certified
  • Residency in Internal Medicine, Flushing Hospital Medical Center (New York, USA)
  • Fluent in English, Korean and Spanish


  • Founder, JiKi Medical Associates, LLC, Rockville, Maryland, 2007 thru present
  • Immediately upon completion of Internal Medicine Residency in New York City, returned to Maryland and built a sole practice starting with zero patients in an 800 square foot office and 1 receptionist to a present thriving roster of over 3300 patients of diverse backgrounds in a 2000 square foot office and 5 employees.
  • Preceptor to Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants in my office. Supervise and train Nurse Practitioner candidates and Physician Assistant candidates in a clinical office setting as part of their educational training by direct care of patients.




  • President, Korean American Medical Association of Greater DC, MD and VA (KAMA). Elected President for 2014-2015 and 2017-2019 of KAMA, a professional organization representing over 200 Korean-American licensed physicians in all practices and specialties.
  • Planned and coordinated community outreach medical seminars staffed by KAMA member volunteer physicians targeted to the Korean-American general population seeking greater medical knowledge. Responsible for fund-raising, fiscal management, continuing education and networking events.
  • Planned and coordinated bone marrow education seminars and donation events targeted to Korean-American community.
  • Member, KAMA, 2007 thru present.
  • Volunteer, Korean Community Service Center (KCSC). Provide medical screening and staff health fair clinics organized by KCSC.
  • Volunteer, Korean American Scholarship Foundation. Provide support for scholarships for merit and need-based qualified students.
  • Volunteer, Korean American Coalition for Comfort Women Issues. Provide support for organization seeking recognition and compensation for women abused as sex slaves in military conflicts.
  • Deacon, Bethany Korean Presbyterian Church, Gaithersburg, Maryland. Deacon at one of the largest member Korean-American churches in Maryland.