About Dr. Kimtuyen Nguyen

Dr. Nguyen graduated from Emory University and attended Medical College of Georgia in 2003. After medical school, she completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas, Texas. After residency, Dr. Nguyen practiced for two years as an internist at Northeast Georgia Medical Center before returning for Pulmonary and Critical Care fellowship in 2012 at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

During her academic career, Dr. Nguyen was involved in research on acute lung injury and acute respiratory distress syndrome. She was also involved in quality improvement and implemented an intervention to improve fellowship education that received the top recognition for Innovations in Fellowship Education at the American Thoracic Society conference in May 2015. She is currently an assistant clinical professor at the Medical College of Georgia.
Her current interests are pulmonary hypertension and the use of advanced bronchoscopy for minimally invasive pulmonary procedures. She was the first and only one to perform electromagnetic navigational bronchoscopy at Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton. She still maintains a keen interest in continued education and quality improvement of healthcare.

Dr. Nguyen has the following American Board Certifications:

  • ABIM – Internal Medicine
  • ABIM – Pulmonary Medicine
  • ABIM – Critical Care Medicine

About Dr. Kimtuyen Nguyen