Dr. Shin is a Physician Program Director for Research at KPGA. He serves as a content expert in both Human subjects research and health services research. He also serves as a liaison between research, quality, tech/EMR/systems, and operations from a logistical and content-owner perspective and serve as a liaison with Georgia Region leadership on strategic research guidance and links up with National KP research initiatives.
In addition, he partners with the Executive Director of Center for Research and Evaluation of KPGA, and our local and national research colleagues, as well as community and academic colleagues, as a spokesperson for KPGA research initiatives and strategy. He has interests in integrated research that bridges research with quality, safety and/or operations.
Dr. Shin received his medical degree and completed his Orthopedic Surgery residency at Boston University. He then completed his fellowship at Brigham and Women’s hospital at Harvard Medical School in Orthopedic Surgery Sports Medicine. He specializes in Shoulder surgery from fracture, instability, rotator cuff, replacement and revision surgeries. He has been a member of the KPGA Orthopedics Department since 2014 and currently serves on the Surgical Peer Review Committee, Systems Safety Oversight Committee and Executive Leadership Research Advisory Committee.