Tia Vang MD
- Assistant Clinical Professor, UCSF
Tia Vang, MD, specializes in internal medicine.
Dr. Vang earned her Bachelor of Arts in Molecular and Cell Biology and Ethnic Studies from University of California, Berkeley. Upon completing her undergraduate education, she attended the University of Washington School of Medicine. She graduated with her Doctor of Medicine participating in the Underserved Pathway that focuses on care for communities with health disparities.
Dr. Vang joined the team at Alameda Health Systems for her post-doctoral training and completed her internal medicine residency at Highland Hospital. During her residency training, Dr. Vang participated in additional training to hone her skills in chronic pain, addiction, and geriatric and palliative care medicine.
Dr. Vang has contributed to research for the Rural/Urban Underserved Opportunity Program. She has placed in the top three of the Northern California Chapter American College of Physician poster abstract competition. She volunteered with Stone Soup Fresno, where she studied the impact of language barriers on health care access in Hmong-speaking communities.
Dr. Vang’s hobbies include photography, graphic design, cooking, home crafting, biking, and hiking.
Dr. Vang is fluent in Hmong and can read, write, and speak basic Thai.
Education and Training
- Internal Medicine Residency – Highland Hospital – Oakland, CA
- Doctor of Medicine – University of Washington School of Medicine – Seattle, WA
- Bachelor of Arts, Molecular and Cell Biology, Ethnic Studies – University of California, Berkeley – Berkeley, CA
Licensure & Certifications
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support
- Basic Life Support
- California Medical License