I am originally from Taiwan but was raised in Michigan. In the last couple of decades, I have lived in many places and now am happy to put down roots in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. I obtained my bachelor’s degree in biochemistry at the University of Michigan. I went on to study at Ross University School of Medicine and trained in emergency medicine in Ohio, at the University of Toledo Medical Center. I am grateful for everything I have and consider it a privilege to be able to practice emergency medicine.
About my practice
The Emergency Department can be a scary and chaotic place, and we often see people on one of their worst days. My goal for every encounter is to provide an educational and pleasant experience.
How I thrive
I enjoy many outdoor activities such as snowboarding, road cycling, mountain biking, and surfing. I am fortunate that my partner and I enjoy many of the same activities. Together, we have a heeler mutt (Murphy) and two cats (Tiki and Socks). I find that spending time with my loved ones while enjoying outdoor activities is the best way to recharge. Apart from outdoor recreation, I take great joy in cultural exploration through cuisine. Exploring different foods with my family and friends is at the top of my list of life’s enjoyments.