I was born and raised in Duc Trong, a small, rural town in Viet Nam. My family and I left Viet Nam in search of a better life in America in 1990. This change of culture and environment has instilled in me a great sense of responsibility and maturity. I attended Gonzaga University for my undergraduate study in chemistry, and University of Washington for medical school, prior to residency training at Valley Family Medicine.
I enjoy volunteering in my community as well as spending time with my family. I like working in a community setting with people of all ages and backgrounds, and to serve the community that had supported me throughout these years. So I have remained in the greater Seattle area where I now practice family medicine. For me, family medicine offers the challenges, the fulfillment, and the possibility of making a difference in people’s life by improving their health and well-being.