Dr. Don Ng is a primary care doctor who specializes in the cultural aspects of caring for Asian patients. Fluent in Cantonese, he educates patients about their illnesses and other health issues that particularly affect the Asian American community, such as Hepatitis B, smoking and cancer screening. He serves as associate director of the UCSF General Medicine Clinic at Mount Zion.
Ng earned his medical degree at the University of California, Davis. He completed a residency in primary care internal medicine at Highland Hospital, part of the Alameda Health System. He joined UCSF in 1992.
In 2002, Ng took a one-year sabbatical to work with the San Francisco Chinese community through On Lok senior services.
Ng is a member of the American College of Physicians, Society of General Internal Medicine and California Academy of Medicine.
UC Davis, 1987
Alameda Health System, Internal Medicine, 1990
Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine