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Hwang Jennifer Hwang, DO
Third Year Resident






 
Home Town:
Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania
 
Education:
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
 
Interests:
Are you in a special track or focus during your residency?
I am interested in the Global Health Track and the HIV Specialty Track.

Why did you choose UPMC Shadyside Family Medicine Residency Program? Why Pittsburgh?
UPMC Shadyside was my absolute top choice because it meets all the criteria I look for in medical training: top-notched attendings with diverse interests, patients of various socioeconomic backgrounds, opportunities in specialty tracks, cohesive residents, strong emphasis on teaching, and an outstanding reputation.

What are your goals while here in the residency program? How will this prepare you to be an excellent physician?
I hope to become a well-rounded resident who stays current and well-versed in all aspects of medicine and truly enjoys the training process. My goal is to hone my leadership, decision-making and teaching skills for academic medicine. I also hope to continue with community outreach and stay connected with an overseas clinic.

Do you have any special interests outside of the residency program?
I enjoy playing tennis, running, reading, shopping, traveling to various countries and above all eating delicious foods!

 
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