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The most enjoyable part of medicine is the relationships I develop with my patients. My goal is to treat every patient the way I would treat a family member. I joined and have stayed with Kaiser Permanente because I completely agree with its philosophies of preventative health care and comprehensive patient care. As a primary care physician, I feel supported in practicing evidence-based, responsible medicine.
Preparing for Your Appointment
- Please try to arrive at my office about 15 minutes before your appointment. This will allow time for registration and for my staff to get your vital signs.
- Please bring a list of your current medications and their doses, or bring the actual pill bottles themselves. This is very important because medication list on file may not always be the most current.
- Consider jotting down a list of problems or concerns you would like addressed. All appointment slots in the department of medicine are 15 minutes long. This occasionally means we need to schedule a follow-up visit if we are not able to finish addressing your concerns on the first visit.
- If I send you for lab or x-ray studies, these reports will come to me for my review. I will contact you if there are any abnormalities on your lab or imaging studies that need follow up care.
I finished medical school and residency in southern California, but have always considered the Bay Area to be my home. I live in Walnut Creek with my husband. My interests include jogging, gardening, and reading. I am fluent in spoken Mandarin.
For appointments and medication refills, please call (925) 906-2040.
For urgent problems, it is best to call (925) 906-2040. In case I am not at the office, you will be able to speak to an advice nurse or a covering doctor.
|Keck School of Medicine of The University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA|
|Kaiser Foundation Hospital, Woodland Hills, CA|
|Family Medicine, American Board of Family Medicine|
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