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Dr. Ang was born in Manila, Philippines and grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina. He obtained his pre-medical degree from Duke University 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 obtained his medical internship training in Family Practice at the Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, Washington and completed his residency at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in South Bend, Indiana where he was a Chief Resident.

Dr. Ang is Board Certified by the American Board of Family Practice and has received the status of Diplomate. Prior to moving to Washington, DC, Dr. Ang practiced Medicine at the Wake Health Services, where he worked mostly with the Latino population and migrant farm workers. He is a member of the North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians and the American Academy of HIV Medicine.

Dr. Ang served as a Community Advisory Board member for the Seattle Treatment Education Project in HIV/AIDS and has worked at the San Francisco General Hospital HIV/AIDS clinic and the BC Center for Excellence in HIV/AIDS in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada In South Bend, IN, Dr. Ang served as a Board member for the AIDS Ministry/AIDS Asst program where he was a speaker at educational events. Dr. Ang is fluent in Spanish, Tagalog, Hokkien Chinese, and English. In 2011, Dr. Ang was peer nominated as one of the US News and World Report’s 701 top Family Medicine physicians in the U.S. Dr. Ang is a 2014-2015 member of the Board of Directors for the HIV Medicine Association (HIVMA).