Allen Wong, MD
Some people see internal medicine as a very complicated practice. Allen Wong, MD, sees it much more simplistically. "I feel that internal medicine is the most pure form of medicine," Dr. Wong said, "where the most important diagnostic tool that I have to work with is, quite simply, the brain."
Dr. Wong puts his brain to good use, working to get to know each patient and understand their personal needs. "I try to take an individualized approach to each patient," he explained, "realizing how quirky or unique we can all be. I want to provide each patient with one-on-one care that is only relevant to them."
Dr. Wong enjoys handling cases and problems related to cardiology, but also enjoys the variety internal medicine provides. "I feel like I have the best of all worlds: a variety of cases within a small practice," he said.
Dr. Wong is proud to be a member of the American College of Physicians. He has also been recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance for providing quality heart, stroke and diabetes care.
When he is not working, Dr. Wong's time is spent with his family. "I have a wonderful wife, my brilliant stepson, my mostly charming daughters and a Chihuahua," he said. When asked why his teenage daughters weren't "totally" charming, he just smiled.
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