Doris Chung

Doris Chung, PACE Dietitian, International DistrictLocations:

International District, ICHS Legacy House

Languages:

English, Cantonese

Degree:

BS in Chemistry & Biochemistry; MPH in Nutrition

Education:

University of Washington

Certification:

Registered Dietitian

Why I Work at ICHS:

I enjoy working with a diverse community and also appreciate the philosophy that drives the PACE model.

Patient Care Philosophy:

Patient-centered, interdisciplinary and holistic. All foods fit, in moderation.

Interesting Note about myself:

I was born in Hong Kong and lived in San Francisco for a year before moving to Seattle with my family.

Eric ‘Ric’ Troyer

Eric 'Ric' Troyer, MD, Physician, ID ClinicLocation(s):

ICHS Legacy House

Language:

English, Spanish, Portuguese

Degree:

MD

Education:

BA, Goshen College (Indiana), Economics and Intercultural Studies
MD, Medical College of Virginia

RESIDENCY:

Family Medicine at 45th Street Clinic and Swedish Medical Center

Fellowships: 

Geriatric Medicine at Swedish Family Medicine, Faculty Development Fellowship at University of Washington

Certification:

Family Medicine and Geriatric Medicine

WHY I WORK AT ICHS:

I was drawn to ICHS by its commitment to service to and advocacy for underserved populations. I appreciate an organization that is committed to social justice and community engagement. And, I’m excited to join an organization supportive of programming for frail, older adults.

PATIENT CARE PHILOSOPHY:

I believe it is vital to sit down with my patients to understand their health goals and work with them to craft a care plan that helps them achieve those goals. By providing a thorough assessment that considers all aspects of their health (physical, functional, cognitive, cultural, and psychosocial) as well as conducting a complete survey of their medical concerns and treatments, I can propose a comprehensive plan to manage their chronic conditions to help them maintain their function and independence. I particularly enjoy doing this with an interdisciplinary team (key to our model in PACE) so that each patient can benefit from the perspectives of a group of healthcare professionals working together.

INTERESTING NOTE ABOUT MYSELF:

I love experiencing other cultures and have traveled, lived, and volunteered on five continents (I still need to get to Oceania). I love to bicycle and ski, cook and craft, sing, and cheer for our hometown and children’s teams.