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Paulynne Liang MD

Paulynne Liang MD

(714) 680-0050
Primary Specialties
  • Internal Medicine
    (Board Certified)
Medical Groups & Affiliations
  • St. Jude Heritage Medical Group
  • Additional Languages Spoken
    Chinese

Primary Office

Address:
2720 N. Harbor Blvd., Ste. 230
Fullerton, CA 92835
Phone:
(714) 680-0050
Fax:
(714) 680-0054

Education

Medical School
UCLA School of Medicine - Los Angeles, CA

Internship
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center - Los Angeles, CA

Residency
St. Mary Medical Center, Long Beach, CA

Fellowship
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and St. Mary Medical Center - Long Beach, CA

Areas of Interest

Weight, Diet Control, Physicals, Preventive Medicine, Womens Health, Treats/Accepts Adolescents, Alzheimer's Disease, Anemia, Anxiety, Arthritis, Cholesterol, Depression, Diabetes, Endocrine Disorders, Gout, Pneumonia, Psoriasis, Pulmonary Disease, Stroke, Vaccinations for Adults, Bronchitis, Headaches, Asthma

Physician Bio

What makes Internal Medicine so rewarding is the chance to develop personal, on-going relationships with my patients, whether they are 18 or 108. Patients immediately pick up on whether you genuinely care about them and their health. There is a famous quote by Theodore Roosevelt, "People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care" – and that is especially true in Internal Medicine. Regardless of the physician's clinical expertise, a patient's ability to trust and feel comfortable with a doctor starts with whether that physician cares about them as an individual.

I enjoy caring for different generations, from those in their 20s, who need to understand how to keep and improve their health, to seniors, who often have complex, chronic conditions that require careful, consistent care. For every age, listening and education are key. The more I understand a patient's issues and concerns, and the more education I provide, the more empowered and effective they will be in improving their well-being.