Vuthy Leng, MD
For patient-centered, family medical care, trust Vuthy Leng, MD, of Family Medicine Clinic in Lakewood and Federal Way, Washington. With more than 15 years of experience practicing family medicine, Dr. Leng cherishes the opportunity to help patients heal their minds, bodies, and souls.
Dr. Leng graduated from the University of Washington in Seattle with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and biochemistry. He attended Ross University Medical School in Miramar, Florida, and completed his residency in rural family medicine at West Virginia University.
Empowering patients to take control of their own health and wellness is important to Dr. Leng. He provides each patient with the most up-to-date treatment options so they can make a well-informed decision about their wellness. He seeks to create a caring, trusting relationship with every patient he sees. Whether you need basic primary and preventive care, assistance after a car accident, aesthetic treatments, or hormone replacement therapy, Dr. Leng is available to help.
Patients can call the office or schedule an appointment online to meet with Dr. Leng and benefit from his compassion and experience.
Suah Park, ARNP
Suah Park is an accomplished Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) with a specialization in Family Medicine. Her commitment to delivering exceptional healthcare services to a diverse patient population, combined with her bilingual proficiency in English and Korean, makes her an invaluable asset to the field.
Education and Qualifications:
- Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) from a reputable nursing program in the United States.
- Board-certified Nurse Practitioner in Family Medicine.
- Fluent in both English and Korean, allowing her to provide culturally sensitive care to a wide range of patients.
Suah Park’s clinical expertise encompasses various aspects of Family Medicine, including:
- Comprehensive health assessments for patients of all ages.
- Diagnosis and management of acute and chronic medical conditions.
- Treatment of common illnesses and injuries.
- Women’s health services, including prenatal care and family planning.
- Pediatric care, focusing on the well-being of young patients.
- Geriatric care, addressing the unique healthcare needs of older adults.
- Chronic disease management, such as diabetes, hypertension, and asthma.
Suah Park’s fluency in both English and Korean allows her to effectively communicate with patients from diverse backgrounds. Her cultural competence enables her to build trust and rapport with patients, ensuring they receive care that respects their cultural values and preferences.
Suah Park is known for her patient-centered approach. She takes the time to listen to her patients’ concerns, answer their questions, and involve them in their healthcare decisions. She believes in empowering patients with the knowledge they need to lead healthy lives.
Recognizing the importance of collaboration in healthcare, Suah Park actively collaborates with other healthcare professionals, including physicians, specialists, nurses, and therapists. This teamwork ensures that her patients receive well-coordinated and comprehensive care.
Beyond her clinical practice, Suah Park is deeply involved in community health initiatives, particularly within the Korean-speaking communities. She conducts health education seminars, volunteers at local clinics, and advocates for improved healthcare access and equity.
Commitment to Professional Development:
Suah Park is committed to lifelong learning. She stays up-to-date with the latest advancements in Family Medicine by attending conferences, workshops, and pursuing additional certifications. This dedication ensures that her patients benefit from evidence-based and cutting-edge healthcare practices. Suah Park, MSN, ARNP, is a highly capable and compassionate healthcare professional specializing in Family Medicine. Her bilingual skills, cultural competence, and dedication to patient-centered care make her an outstanding ARNP in the field, positively impacting the health and well-being of her patients.