Dr. Dang earned her bachelor's degree and medical degree from University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine. She completed her internship and residency in internal medicine and cardiovascular fellowship at Naval Medical Center-San Diego. She served as Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy, as a flight surgeon with a Marine helicopter squadron, and later as Director of Echocardiography Laboratory at Naval Medical Center. She was appointed Assistant Professor of Medicine at Uniformed Services University, and has earned several faculty teaching awards, including American College of Physicians Navy Chapter Teacher of the Year Award. She is board-certified in internal medicine and cardiovascular disease. She is an invasive cardiologist with particular interests in echocardiography, heart failure, and women's cardiovascular health. She has been the Medical Chairperson for the AHA Go Red for Women Luncheon for numerous years. Dr. Dang is the Director of Cardiovascular Services at Belton Regional Medical Center, a board member of Kansas City Southwest Clinical Society, and is on the Planning Committee of the Greater Kansas City Echo Society.
Medical Education & Training
Medical School: University of Missouri Kansas City School of Medicine
Residency: Naval Medical Center
Fellowship: Naval Medical Center
Specialty Board Certifications: Am Bd Internal Medicine - Status: Certified; Am Bd Int Med (Sub: Cardiovascular Disease) - Status: Certified
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