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  • William Hui

    William Hui

    Affiliate, Dean's Office Operations - Dean Other

    Bio Hi there. My name is William Hui and I am a Family Medicine Resident at Stanford Health Care - O'Connor Hospital.

    College: UC San Diego
    Medical School: Drexel University College of Medicine
    Areas of Interest: Procedural Medicine, Sports Medicine, Pediatrics, Immigrant Health, Global Health

    I was born in San Francisco, CA and spent most of my life in the Bay Area living in Millbrae, CA. I moved to sunny Socal studying Human Biology at UC San Diego, wooed by the beach and sun. During college, I began my interest in free clinics and worked in a local FQHC monthly as well as set up free health fairs and volunteered at orphanages in Tijuana, Mexico. It was there where I saw the amount of health disparities and wanted to help towards increasing health access in my own community. I worked as an ED scribe and EMT in Los Angeles for a year before going to Drexel. I sought out to become a leader at the local student-run Chinatown clinic and became empowered and motivated to work with the underserved populations serving Philadelphia's Chinatown, often times acting as a translator. I always knew I wanted to do primary care, but I was specifically drawn to family medicine due to its unique flexibility to find your own niche of interests, ability to serve as a fierce advocate for your patient, and the long-term bonds you have with one another and the family unit.

    I am ecstatic to join the OCH family after doing a sub-internship at O'Connor Hospital because obviously, west coast > east coast. It is truly the best of both worlds, top-notch academic teaching atmosphere, yet clearly housed in an unopposed full-spectrum community residency program at OCH. I was completely blown away by the level of teaching from its residents and attendings, loved the exposure of outpatient procedures and sports medicine, the incomparable commitment of the program towards the underserved, and most importantly of all -- the happy, passionate, and incredible co-residents. It is no wonder that this program is known as the "happy residency." Lastly, I am happy to be back where my family lives in the Bay Area, whom I can eat dim sum with!

    Interests include bouldering/rock climbing, coffee-making, traveling, ultimate frisbee, hiking, listening to jazz/r&b/acoustic

    Fun Fact: I've ran marathons in (mostly) every place I've settled in (SF, LA, Philly, DC) hoping to qualify for Boston some day. I eat dim sum every Saturday lunchtime with my family (unbreakable tradition, unless of course, hospital duties!) I want to get a cat. I want to get on American Ninja Warrior.

  • John Hunter

    John Hunter

    Affiliate, Dean's Office Operations - Dean Other

    Bio John Hunter grew up in Scotts Valley, California. He attended college at University of Minnesota, where he majored in Biochemistry. After graduation, John continued work at the University hospital where he coordinated procurement of tissue samples with patients, medical staff, and investigators to directly facilitate more than 50 active research studies. John then attended Chicago Medical School where he found interest diagnostic imaging as it offered a means to impact a wide spectrum of pathology. Outside of radiology, John enjoys mountain biking in the Santa Cruz mountains and watching the Minnesota Vikings dominate the NFC North division on Sundays.

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