Angie C. Sung, M.D.

Assistant Professor
Baylor College of Medicine

Angie C. Sung, M.D. Photo

Position

Assistant Professor
FCM-Clinical Private Practice
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, Texas United States

Addresses

3701 Kirby Drive, Suite#100 (Clinic)
Mail Stop: BCM700
Houston, Texas 77098
United States
(713) 798-7700
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3701 Kirby Drive, Suite#100 (Work)
Mail Stop: BCM700
Houston, Texas 77098
United States
(713) 798-7700
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3701 Kirby Drive, Suite#100 (Office)
Mail Stop: BCM700
Houston, Texas 77098
United States
(713) 798-7700
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Certification

  • Board Certified American Board of Family Medicine

Education

  • MD from Tufts University School of Medicine
    05/2004 - Boston, Massachusetts United States
  • BS from University of California, Los Angeles
    06/2000 - Los Angeles, California United States

    Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, college honors, cum laude

  • Residency at Kaiser Foundation Hospital
    06/2007 - Woodland Hills, California United States

    Family Medicine

Language

  • English

Gender

  • Female

Professional Statement

Angie Sung, MD, assistant professor, is board certified in family medicine. Dr. Sung earned her medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, MA. She completed her family medicine residency training at Kaiser Foundation Hospital in Woodland Hills, CA. She previously practiced for Southern California Permanente Medical Group prior to joining Baylor Family Medicine. Dr. Sung's interests include preventative medicine, screening for infectious diseases and helping you achieve your health care goals!

Professional Achievements

  • Physician Mentor
    Southern California Permanente Group (SCPMG)

  • 2009 Merit-based award for physicians
    Kaiser Permanente, South Bay Medical Center

  • 2010 Merit-based award for physicians
    Kaiser Permanente, South Bay Medical Center

  • Physician Mentor
    Kaiser Permanente Hippocrates Circle Program

Professional Interests

  • preventative medicine

  • health education

  • primary care