Caring for Your OhanaTM
Trade Winds Family Medicine was founded in 2009 by Kimberly Lund, D.O., with the vision of creating a medical practice that treats every patient with dignity and provides first-rate care. The physicians, nurses, and office staff at Trade Winds Family Medicine are exceptionally friendly, and truly have your best interest at heart. We understand that for many, visiting a doctor can be a stressful experience. Our comfortable surroundings and compassionate medical professionals work to provide an environment that you can feel at home in. 

Kimberly Lund, DO

Dr. Lund is a board certified family medicine physician with a strong interest in comprehensive health care for the entire family. Before opening Trade Winds Family Medicine in August 2009, Dr. Lund worked in a variety of health care settings including private practice in Honolulu and training residency staff at Tripler Army Medical Center's Family Medicine residency program.  

Dr. Lund completed her undergraduate degree at Rutgers College and then went on to osteopathic medical school at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine. Following medical school she moved to Hawaii in 1997 where she completed her Family Medicine residency at Tripler Army Medical Center. She earned her flight surgeon wings, and went on to service the military community at Schofield Barracks for two years.  She then returned to Tripler to join the residency staff and taught residents, interns, and medical students for 3 years, while enjoying a busy family medicine practice herself. Upon completing her military stent, she worked in private practice at an integrative medical clinic in Honolulu for the next 4 years, while starting her own family here in Kailua. 

Dr. Lund is a compassionate clinician who thrives on making a visit to the doctor as low stress as possible. She emphasizes educating her patients about their health, and encourages them to be active participants in their care. Dr. Lund's depth of experience from several years on staff at Tripler's medical residency training program has afforded her the ability to offer her patients access to a wide range of care at one location.  Scope of care at Trade Winds includes primary care for all ages, newborn to seniors, men and women, gynecologic care, skin cancer screening, sports medicine, chronic disease management, disease prevention, and much more.  All under one roof!  Please see the "Services" tab for a more detailed listing of what is offered.  And when a specialist is required to assist in your care, we will help to coordinate that visit.

Susan Christensen, MD

Dr. Christensen is a board certified family medicine physician. She grew up in metro-Atlanta, Georgia with 2 sisters, a brother and a golden retriever. She moved to Hawaii over 15 years ago with her children and husband and have made Kailua their home. Dr. Christensen received her undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee and her medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Georgia.  She moved to the northeast for her Residency in southern New Jersey and joined Trade Winds in November 2017. 

Le Kim Lee, DO

Dr. Lee is a board certified family medicine physician with the focus of individualized preventive medicine for you and your family from 1 

month old and older. Dr. Lee has practiced in a variety of health care settings including private practice, military medicine, emergency medicine, urgent care, wound care and hyperbaric medicine for over 10 years. Dr. Lee's medical profession, as well as her military service, has given her the opportunity to see many places and provided her with extensive experiences from around the world.

She moved from Bien Hoa, Vietnam at the age of 12 with her mother and seven siblings joining her father and a brother in Honolulu Hawaii in 1998. Once settling in Hawaii, she struggled with the English language and Hawaii’s culture while first attending Washington Intermediate School. Overcoming the language barrier she excelled and graduated as valedictorian from Kaimuki High School in 1995 and continued her education at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, graduating with honors in 2001.

Dr. Lee was named “Soldier of the Year of the Pacific Region” while serving in the Hawaii Army National Guard for seven years before she attending Des Moines University – Osteopathy Medical School in Iowa. After graduating with honors from medical school, she desir

ed to learn about rural medicine thus Dr. Lee completed her internship and residency training in Family Practice Medicine at Southeast Medical Center in Durant OK where her daughter was born in 2006.

Dr. Lee worked for Comanche Community Medical Center – Wound Care Center (Hyperbaric Medicine) for four years. Dr. Lee also dedicated her time working weekends at CCMH-Urgent Care Clinic as well as volunteering one night a week at Hearts That Care clinic. Once deciding to focus on her primary care practice Dr. Lee began working for Frontier Medical Home- Reynolds Army Community Hospital, and Urgent Care Clinic on Fort Sill, OK an Army post in Lawton Oklahoma. Providing primary care to military spouses and children for three years. Dr. Lee relocated to Wynne Arkansas with her husband, Dan Messner, and three children (Daniel, William and Mia), to work for Forrest City Medical Center – East Arkansas Family Medicine and Wound Care Center, as well as being a supervisor/collaborating physician to three nurse practitioners in their clinics (urgent care, family practice, and wound care).

Dr. Lee resumed her military service after four years of medical school, serving in the Oklahoma Army National Guard as military provider with the rank of Captain. While serving with OKARNG, Dr. Lee was deployed to Kabul, Afghanistan in 2010; and mobilized to CB-WTU, Rock Island, IL in 2013- serving the wounded soldiers coming back from Afghanistan. After serving a total of 20 years in the Army National Guard, she retired from OKARNG on July 15th, 2018 as a Lieutenant Colonel.

Dr. Lee left Hawaii in 2001 as a college graduate and is now back home as an experienced family physician and retired LTC of the Army, who desires to give back to her home state what she has learned the past 17 years. She recently joined the practice of Dr. Lund’s at Trade Winds Family Medicine in Kailua on July 16th, 2018. Her family lives in the same neighborhood that she grew up in, to be closed to her extended family including her mother, 7 siblings, nieces and nephews in Honolulu- which she proudly refers to as ‘HOME’!

Kelly Cerutti, APRN

Originally from Baltimore, Maryland she most recently moved to Oahu from Alaska were she lived with her husband for 22 years.  They have a 19 year old son who is attending college in Anchorage, Alaska and a Labradoodle named Olly who is with them in Hawaii.  

Prior to becoming a nurse practitioner, she was an ICU nurse at the Alaska Native Medical Center for 13 years, enjoying patient care and mentoring new nurses. Since becoming a nurse practitioner her practice experience has been with family medicine, nutrition, urgent care, and training nurse practitioner students. She prefers to treat patients with lifestyle interventions whenever appropriate and she has a Plant Based Nutrition Certification from Cornell University. She enjoys working with the staff at Trade Winds as she truly feels it is a family that works together to support each other and strive to provide excellent, collaborative patient care. In her off time s
he enjoys beach time and surfing.

Trade Winds Family Medicine accepts most major insurance plans. 

Trade Winds Family Medicine LLC
Pali Palms Plaza
970 N. Kalaheo Ave., Suite C-306
Kailua, Hawaii 96734
Tel: (808) 263-7383
Fax: (808) 237-5828
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