Kaiser Permanente physician
My gender: Female
Accepting new patients. Referral may be required.
Welcome to my Web page!
I was born in Vietnam, after the fall of Saigon, and grew up on a farm with my mom and my grandparents. I have great memories of my carefree life as a child running around. We came to the United States in 1984. It was an entirely new world for me—I began 3rd grade, and started to learn English. I also learned how to tie my shoes—we didn't have tennis shoes in Vietnam.
I was raised to value education, and I absolutely believe that one of the most important aspects of my job is to educate my members to help them get better. I love my work because of the people I get to see every day—including my members. I believe it’s my privilege to treat you because of the trust you place in me to help you with your foot pain. While I may not always be able to get you better, I want you to feel cared for when you visit my office.I’ve been in practice at Kaiser Permanente for almost five years and I love coming to work each day because I have the best members! I enjoy meeting new members and love to see the returning ones. My members feel like part of my own family—when they heal and get better I’m happy for them, but sad to see them go.
I stay fit by chasing my two little sons around. After a day with them, I’m ready to turn in at 8 p.m.