Chloe Su, MD, chose a career in medicine after watching her own father practice medicine and the remarkable, lasting impact he has in the lives of so many people. She specifically chose family medicine after experiencing the exciting array of pathologies and witnessing the long-standing relationships that primary care physicians form with their patients. Dr. Su completed her medical education at Loma Linda University in 2018 and went on to complete her residency at Kaiser Permanente Woodland Hills in 2021. Not only did Dr. Su complete all her education and training in Orange County, California but she was also born and raised here as well.
When asked what gives Dr. Su the most satisfaction in working with patients she said:
It’s very satisfying when my patients are happy and smiling! I love walking into a patient room and being greeted by someone with a smile and a story to share. When I can help my patients feel better about themselves or give them hope and direction when they have been facing something difficult - be it a medical condition or otherwise - that is when I feel most gratified.
She wants her patients to know she is always striving to do her very best. Dr. Su also wants her patients to feel that they have a say in the care they receive and the decisions they make regarding their health, rather than it being a one-sided conversation.
Outside of medicine, she loves traveling, drawing, and singing along to her favorite jams in the car while sitting in traffic, and a good round of board games around the table with friends. Though she does not consider herself a marathon runner, Dr. Su does enjoy jogging by the beach.
Family Medicine, Primary Care
Loma Linda University
Kaiser Permanente Woodland Hills