I received my medical degree from Shandong Medical University in 1999 and completed Internal Medicine residency training in China. I came to the University of Southern California for my Ph.D. in Preventive Medicine in 2005, and did extensive research in cancer etiology and survivorship as an Assistant Research Professor at the City of Hope National Medical Center before I came to the Eisenhower Health for Family Medicine residency training in 2015. In the past twenty years, I have been pursuing both Modern Western Medicine and Preventive Medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Integrative Medicine and Functional Medicine as each type of medicine has its limitation which can be compensated by others.
Each of you is unique with your own set of health history, needs, concerns and preferences. I listen to you, and take time to understand the core imbalances that cause your unique problems. I offer a multifaceted approach specific for you to help you recover, heal and achieve your health goal.
Hornors & Rewards
2018 Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors Scholarship Award, Eisenhower Health, Rancho Mirage, CA
2018 Maureen Strohm, MD, Community Service Award, Eisenhower Health, Rancho Mirage, CA
2018 Invited Oral Presentation, Resident Poster Competition, 2018 Family Medicine Clinical Forum, CAFP, Monterey, CA