Dr. Stanley Kim was born in Korea but moved to the United States after graduating from the Yonsei College of Medicine in Seoul, Korea in 1989.


He completed his internal medicine residency at an Albert Einstein-affiliated hospital in New York and completed his nephrology fellowship at the New York Mount Sinai medical center in 1996.


After three years of working at a nephrology group in NJ, Dr. Kim founded his own nephrology practice in 1999. The practice started as a nephrology specialty clinic called Edison Nephrology Consultants, LLC . in Edison, NJ and eventually expanded into what it is today, a comprehensive medical clinic called SBK MD Group. It is comprised of three clinics: one in Edison, NJ, one in Woodbridge, NJ, and one in Fort Lee, NJ. Dr. Kim also runs three Fresinius dialysis centers as a medical director and is a nephrology consultant at JFK medical Center, Raritan Bay Medical Center, Robert Wood Johnson at Rahway, Englewood Medical Center, and Holyname Medical Center.


As an active Korean American physician organizer, he founded Central NJ Korean Doctors’ Association (CNJ KADA) in 2006 and served as its first president for two years. He has been serving various positions in KAMA, the Korean American Medical Association, since 2007. Currently, he serves as the organization’s Vice Chair of the KAMA board, President of KAMA NY/NJ chapter, and Fundraising Committee Chair of KAMA 2015.