Sarah Fang, DO, is a strong proponent of family medicine who sees comprehensive primary care as the key to healthy communities. She partners with her patients so they can be their healthiest selves.
"Family medicine is a relationship-based specialty, and I value the continuity of interpersonal interactions between patient and provider. The job is never boring. It is a privilege to be able to care for any patient, from birth to old age."
Dr. Fang attended medical school in Pomona, CA, and received her degree in 2014 from the Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific. As a medical student, she was awarded a year-long pre-doctoral teaching fellowship and taught osteopathic manipulative treatments to more than 600 medical students. She also traveled to Paris, France, twice to teach at a French osteopathic school.
After earning her medical degree, Dr. Fang entered the Long Beach Memorial Medical Center Family Medicine Residency Program and completed her residency in 2017. Her professional interests include adolescent medicine, LGBTQ care, transgender medicine, integrative medicine, and osteopathic manipulative medicine.
When not working, she can be found spending time with her family, friends, dog, chickens which she raises and Sulcata tortoise. Her many interests include spending as much time as possible outdoors, traveling, weaving, gardening, and cooking.
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