Dr Laurence Kim

  • Radiation Oncologist
  • Spoken languages English, Korean


Special clinical interests include central nervous system, lung, gastrointestinal, breast, urological, paediatric/AYA, haematological and stereotactic ablative radiotherapy

Laurence studied at the University of Adelaide and graduated with Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 2010. He undertook his specialist training in Radiation Oncology at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and received his FRANZCR in 2018.

Following specialty training, Dr Kim was the Bragg Fellow at the Royal Adelaide Hospital for six months, before working as a Clinical and Research Fellow at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto, Canada from 2018-2019. He had the great opportunity to work under supervisors who are world leaders in their corresponding fields. During this time, Laurence was actively involved in numerous protocol developments and research projects.

Since returning to Adelaide in 2019, Laurence has joined the established team at Genesis Care. He consults from Flinders Private Hospital, Tennyson Centre and Calvary Central Districts Hospital. Additionally, he also consults in regional South Australia with fortnightly clinics in Whyalla.

He is a strong advocate for Radiation Oncology and is passionate about improving awareness and accessibility to radiotherapy treatment within the cancer community. Laurence works across all areas with keen clinical and research interests.