Celina Hayashi Macadangdang

Location:

International District

Language:

English

Medical Degree:

Medical Doctor

Education:

Scripps College
University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine

Why I Work at ICHS:

I love the sense of family and collaboration cultivated by the staff, health care providers and patients at ICHS. It is an honor to join this legacy of advocacy with such a vibrant history to serve our diverse patient population. I am thrilled to be working alongside the folks at ICHS in multi-disciplinary teams to provide culturally sensitive care and engage in the community to address social determinants of health.

Patient Care Philosophy:

Health care is a human right. It is my goal to partner with patients through all stages of their lives, helping patients harness health and health care to achieve their physical, mental, spiritual, and nutritional wellness goals.

Interesting Note About Myself:

I enjoy gardening, dancing, hiking, traveling and baking. My favorite foods are pinakbet, natto and rice!

Julie Do

Location:

International District

Language:

English, Vietnamese

Medical Degree:

Medical Doctor

Education:

University of Washington School of Medicine

Why I Work at ICHS:

I wholeheartedly believe in ICHS’s mission and am honored to work alongside staff members who strive to care for the disadvantaged/underserved in a culturally and linguistically appropriate way.

Patient Care Philosophy:

I hope to develop genuine therapeutic relationships with my patients. My goal is to partner with patients to provide high-quality care so that they feel empowered to achieve their own definition of “good health”. My absolute passion is serving the immigrant and refugee communities of Seattle, and I cannot think of a greater place to do that than ICHS.

Interesting Note About Myself:

My favorite Vietnamese dish is very spicy bun bo hue. I worked for a Vietnamese clinic in the International District for seven years before becoming a doctor.

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.

Amy May Yam

Amy Yam, Medical, Bellevue ClinicLocation:

Bellevue

Language:

Language(s): English, Spanish

Degree:

MD

Education:

Medical College of Wisconsin

Residency:

Swedish Cherry Hill Family Medicine

cetification:

Board Certified in Family Medicine

Why I Work at ICHS:

I love the diversity, the camaraderie, and the commitment to those who are most in need.

Patient Care Philosophy:

I believe in the power of continuity and enjoy working with patients over time to address their personal health goals.  I am passionate about social justice and believe it is equally important to advocate for patients outside of the clinic setting in order to create a healthier community.

Interesting Note About Myself:

I have the same 3 letters in my first, middle and last name!

Lauren Lawler

Lauren Lawler, MD, physician, International District ClinicLocation(s):

International District

Language:

English

Degree:

MD, MPH

Education:

Undergraduate, University of Washington
MD, University of Washington School of Medicine
MPH, University of Washington School of Public Health
Swedish Cherry Hill Family Medicine Residency

Why I Work at ICHS:

I am inspired by the deep roots ICHS has in the community and the passionate commitment of its providers and staff to high quality health care, equity and social justice.

Patient Care Philosophy:

My primary goal as a provider is to serve as an advocate and partner for my patients and their families to help them achieve wellness. I enjoy the variety of family medicine and find joy in building relationships with my patients over time

Interesting Note About Myself:

In my free time I love to spend time gardening and cooking/baking and am excited for my young son to join me in the kitchen and garden when he is older.

Diane Chen

Location(s):

International District

Language:

English, Mandarin

Certification:

National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
Certificate in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology

Education:

Seattle Institute of East Asian Medicine

Why I Work at ICHS:

To serve the Asian and local community with other highly skilled and compassionate health care providers.

Patient Care Philosophy:

I seek to understand and assist every patient in moving toward their health goals, taking into account their individual constitution and environment.

 

Jessica Vuong

Location(s):

ICHS Vision Clinic

Language:

English, Vietnamese, Spanish

Degree:

OD

Education:

University of California, Berkeley, School of Optometry

Certification:

Doctor of Optometry

Why I Work at ICHS:

I look forward to caring for a diverse patient population via collaboration within the healthcare community. My experiences throughout my career have enabled me to engage with multicultural communities and to work with individuals of various ages ranging from infancy to geriatrics.

Patient Care Philosophy:

With every patient encounter, I strive to provide thorough care and to educate so that patients are able to understand the full picture of their ocular health.

Interesting Note About Myself:

I am originally from California. In my free time, I enjoy hiking, going to different national parks, and trying out new restaurants.

Anh Hong Ta

Location:

Holly Park

Language:

English, Vietnamese

Degree:

Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)

Education:

Pacific Lutheran University, DNP
Washington State University, BSN

Certification:

Family Nurse Practitioner- ANCC Board Certified (FNP-BC)

Why I Work at ICHS:

It is a great opportunity for me to be part of ICHS as I believe in the ICHS mission statement and in providing culturally and linguistically appropriate health care for all.

Patient Care Philosophy:

I believe that patients should be treated with dignity, compassion and respect as an individual, regardless of their background, religion, culture and color of the human race. As a primary care provider, I will always strive to acquire new knowledge, implement technologies and transform evidence-based practices to make sure my patients receive optimal care.

Interesting Note About Myself:

My interests include drawing, reading, listening to music, spending time with my family and friends, and travelling to different places.