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Meet Dr. Duong

I am a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Medical School in Madison, Wisconsin; where I also obtained a degree in Medical Microbiology and Immunology. I did post-graduate medical studies and training in Internal Medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Beth Israel Medical Center Campus in New York, New York.
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I am certified as a Diplomat by the American Board of Internal Medicine. This certification means that I am qualified, after extensive training and testing, to specialize in Internal Medicine, taking care of adult men and women. If you would like to learn more about Internal Medicine and its subspecialties, you can visit the website of the American College of Physicians by clicking on the link below. I am also a member of several medical organizations, including the:

American Medical Association
American College of Physicians/
American Society of Internal Medicine

California Medical Association
San Francisco Medical Society
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In my free time, I enjoy reading mystery books and watching horror movies. (Stephen King's books, I think, are far better than his movies. "Misery" is an exception.) Camping, fishing, and traveling are among my favorite outdoor activities. I love writing and have written a few short essays, both fiction and non-fiction. For me, the best part of being a doctor is meeting people and listening to their stories. I strongly believe that though advanced medical technology and pharmaceuticals have greatly helped many of us live healthier and longer, superior medical care is not possible without interpersonal interaction, genuine concern, and true compassion.

I appreciate your visit to our website. You can browse the special topics for general medical information, or useful links to get to websites of authoritative medical organizations for important health-related news. We welcome any suggestions or comments. You can contact us by telephone, or regular mail via the address listed on the website.
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