Anne W. Chang


Medical director, Women's Health Primary Care
Foodie, board game enthusiast and competitive tennis player

About me

Dr. Anne W. Chang is an internal medicine specialist and serves as medical director of UCSF Women's Health Primary Care. She treats female patients with a variety of conditions, caring for many who have complex or multiple disorders. Her focus on cultivating long-term relationships with her patients has often led to her treating their family members as well. She is fluent in Mandarin and has a number of patients for whom Mandarin is their first or only language. She has an interest in integrative medicine and includes complementary therapies in her patients' treatment plans when appropriate.

Chang earned her medical degree from McGovern Medical School, where she also completed residency training in internal medicine.

Chang came to UCSF after working at Buffalo General Medical Center.

  • Education

    University of Texas Houston, 1990

  • Residencies

    University of Texas Houston, Internal Medicine, 1994

  • Languages