TB30 – Dr. Kim Sandberg Joins Us From Aloha Integrative Health

In this episode of the Team Business podcast, co-hosts Mike Fusco and Ray Ramirez interview Dr. Kim Sandberg, DNP, CRNA, Chief Executive Officer at Aloha Integrative Health. Dr. Sandberg is an experienced Nurse Anesthetist with a demonstrated history of working in the military and Military Executive Medicine. She is highly skilled in customer service, public speaking, simulation education, patient safety, and healthcare information technology (HIT). Dr. Sandberg is a strong healthcare leadership services professional with a Doctor of Nursing Practice in Executive Healthcare Leadership. You will learn more about her practice and how they help treat patients with mental health illnesses using treatments that you may not have heard about previously.

Episode Highlights:

  • Dr. Kim explains her designations to the listeners. (1:35)
  • Dr. Kim gives insight into her professional background. (3:00)
  • Dr. Kim explains what Aloha Integrative Health is all about. (5:30)
  • What was the biggest impact that the pandemic had on Dr. Kim’s practice? (9:51)
  • Dr. Kim shares her thoughts on telehealth. (11:56)
  • Does Dr. Kim think that the pandemic is slowing down? (15:40)
  • Dr. Kim mentions one of the things that some of their patients don’t know. (18:31)
  • Dr. Kim shares how she continues to learn and stay updated on the most relevant and beneficial treatments available. (23:30)
  • Dr. Kim gives a piece of advice when it comes to mental health. (26:52)


Key Quotes:

  • “Our goal is to provide people with choices, because not everyone will fit into the bill of medication management, or they may have to look for alternative therapies. And so, this is just giving patients options and choices.” – Dr. Kim Sandberg, DNP, CRNA
  • “I don’t think everything can be done on telehealth. I think there are still some things that you have to come in and be seen in person. But, I think that there can be a nice balance and I think for the benefit of both the patients as well as the providers that we should continue to be able to have the option to have telehealth.” – Dr. Kim Sandberg, DNP, CRNA
  • “If you’re sick, stay home. I think some of those little simple things that we did during the pandemic are really things that we just have to sort of make everyday life.” – Dr. Kim Sandberg, DNP, CRNA


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