After serving as Chief Resident at George Washington University-Holy Cross in Washington, DC, I spent 11 years in private practice, and three years in a corporate health system before joining Kaiser Permanente in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. As a medical student, my family medicine attendings were the most kind and generous physicians I had known, and when I entered residency the interest among medical students for primary care was at its peak. I knew family medicine was the right place for me when I observed their long-term relationships with patients as a manifestation of the connection with human experience present in encounters spanning from birth to end of life.
About my practice
I strongly believe in offering quality care and thorough information to equip patients to make informed choices for themselves. My aim is to help patients create a healthy lifestyle and prevent illness.
How I thrive
I am ethnically Chinese, born in Thailand and immigrated to the U.S. at the age of one. My current interests include canvas art photography, literary poems, religion apologetics, and exploring the Oregon coast with my family.