Kim's vision is to create "accessible physiotherapy for all". After establishing her career in the public health care system and gaining extensive experience in acute care, orthopaedics and stroke recovery, Kim recognized the gap in the provision of in-home, private rehabilitation services. Since starting Physio2U in 2012, Kim has developed her business acumen, leadership and entrepreneur skills. She now leads a team of 25 people that aim to empower lives. She also provides health-related consultation work for other corporations. In 2016, she was winner of Western Canada for the Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards and in 2017 she was recognized as a YWCA Woman of Distinction for Entrepreneurship. Kim also contributes to her industry as a member of the Board of Directors for the College of Physical Therapists of BC and as a mentor for internationally educated physiotherapists through the University of British Columbia. Kim is an active member of the Physiotherapy Association of BC, Canadian Physiotherapy Association, Arthritis Health Professions Association and the Arthritis Continuing Education Network.