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Ha Tang, DO


CAPT (ret.) Tang retired from the USPHS as of November 1, 2023 after 22 years of service in the Navajo Nation as a senior medical officer of the USPHS and the US Navy. CAPT(ret.) served more than three of those years in the US Navy as a general medical officer serving with the US Marines at Camp Pendleton, culminating in a six-month Western Pacific deployment to the Western Pacific, Middle East in deserts of Jordan, Saudi Arabia ending on September 13, 2001. After US Naval service, then LT Tang returned to the remaining 2 years of family medicine residency at Fireland Regional Medical Center before joining Tuba City Regional Health Care Corp for the past 20 years.

CAPT(ret.) Tang was an adjunct faculty at three medical schools, Dartmouth, U of A and Western University, and gave over 50 speaking engagements at regional and national conferences in the past 12 years. CAPT (ret.) Tang is continuing his mission of teaching on public health, primary care issues in retirement. Hopefully, teaching the next generation of professionals to prepare for the unexpected.

Dr. Tang has no disclosures.

 

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The disabled physician - Epidemiological implications for frontline PCPs, wider community and medical profession


Total Credits: 1.0 including 1.0 AOA Category 1-A Credit(s), 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™

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Ha Tang, DO
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