Dr. Joel Ang
Joel C. Ang, MD, FAAFP, AAHIVS was born in Manila, Philippines and grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina. He obtained his pre-medical degree from Duke University, as a B.N. Duke scholar, graduating cum laude in Chemistry and Art History. He received his medical degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was an Idol and Morehead scholarship recipient. Dr Ang completed his medical internship training in Family Medicine at the Swedish Medical Center in Seattle Washington, and his residency at the St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in South Bend Indiana where he served as a Chief Resident.
Dr Ang is Board certified by the American Board of Family Practice and has received the status of Diplomate. He is a designated Fellow of the American Academy of Family Practice. Dr. Ang is also Board certified by the American Academy of HIV medicine. Prior to moving to Washington DC in 2004, Dr Ang practiced medicine at Wake Health Services in Raleigh NC, a community health care serving Latinos and migrant farm workers.
He is currently a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American Academy of HIV medicine, Medical Society of DC, HIV Medical Association, and the American Diabetes Association. Dr Ang has medical interests in LGBT healthcare, HIV Diagnosis and Management, Hepatitis C Treatment, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, HIV PreP, and Diabetes management.
Dr Ang served as an Advisory member for the Seattle Treatment Education Project in HIV/AIDS, has worked at th San Francisco General Hospital HIV/AIDS clinic, and the BC Center of Excellence for HIV/AIDS in Vancouver British Columbia, Canada. In South Bend Indiana Dr Ang served as a Board member of the AIDS Ministry/AIDS Assist program. Since 2014 he has served as on the Board of Directors of the HIV Medical Association, representing Family Medicine, a national organization comprised of the current experts in HIV medicine. He has been an editor of HIV primary care guidelines of the Clinical Infectious Diseases journal for the Infectious Disease Society of America.
Dr Ang has obtained numerous awards including US News and World Report’s 701 Top Family Medicine Physicians in the United States in 2011; Castle Connollys Top Doctor awards in 2014-2016; Washingtonian magazine Top Doctor award in 2016, 2017, and 2018. In 2011 he was also awarded a Lifetime Achievement award by the World Doctors Orchestra.
Dr Ang speaks four languages including English, Spanish, Tagalog, and Chinese (Fujian) dialect. He is studying Japanese.
Dr Ang is an accomplished violinist and has served as Concertmaster of the Duke Symphony Orchestra, and Assistant concertmaster of the Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic Orchestra as well as the World Doctors Orchestra. He currently is a first violinist with the World Doctors Orchestra, an organization comprised of over 1000 physicians worldwide who perform three times a year worldwide for charity. He has played professional repertoire in major concert halls around the world in Germany, the United States, China, Taiwan, Japan, Chile, Romania, Austria, Switzerland, and Barbados. www.worlddoctorsorchestra.org
Q Street Medical Associates (Also known as QStreetmds) was Established in 2014, however the practice has been known by a couple names The Caceres Health Group, Cesar A Caceres Inc., and Qstreetmds.com, and was started in 1970, by Dr. Cesar A. Caceres.
Since its inception, the office has operated based on the premise that , “Society’s goal must be to avoid treating people for illness and to keep them out of the hospital. The only hope we have of doing this is to detect incipient illness. By emphasizing predictive and preventive care, physicians can reduce the amount of crisis care,”  Dr. Caceres told Medical Economics reporters in 1970. The article “Catching On: Complete Physicals without M.D.’s” described the Multitest Facility which Dr. Caceres organized at the George Washington University Medical Center in 1969. Dr. Ang joined the practice in 2004 and then purchased the practice in January 2014, when Dr. Caceres retired, and continues practicing in this traditon.
Therefore, it is our established policy to perform comprehensive laboratory work to assess general health, identify at the earliest point any medical problems or trends toward potential problems, and to proceed with treatment as needed. Our office is unique in that we have a laboratory that has been in service since 1974. We also have been treating patients for HIV since the 80’s when the epidemic began.
Dr Joel Ang plays Violin in the World Doctors' Orchestra
The Program will be:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Don Giovanni Overture
Eurico Carrapatoso, Arsis e Thesis for clarinet and orchestra (world premiere)
Anton Bruckner, Symphony No. 4 in E flat major