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Education & Training
Stanford Medical School
Duke Family Medicine
Dr. Hsiao enjoys running, food, computers and health information technology.
Philosophy of Care
Having lived all over the United States, I've had the fortune of caring for patients from a wide diversity of backgrounds and experiences. Despite all the geographical and cultural differences, however, I've found that one constant and unchanging fact is that patients want to be actively involved in and knowledgeable about their care. Patients are their own best advocate and our job as health care providers are to listen and share our knowledge about medicine.
With the busy and complicated lives that we all lead, it can be easy to forget that, and that is why my top priority in care has been to be a partner and advisor for my patients. My hope is to share the knowledge I've gained through my training in Family Medicine to work together with patients to achieve their goals of care. At the same time, I also strive to provide advice about preventive measures that can keep them healthy. What I've found is that people usually know what it takes to achieve better health; they just need someone to help them prioritize their goals for healthy living and keep them on track. It would be my pleasure and privilege to be your primary care provider.
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