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About Regina M. Wang, MD

Regina M. Wang, MD, is a board-certified family medicine doctor. She provides primary care for patients of all ages, including preventive care and treatment of acute and chronic diseases.

Dr. Wang believes in caring for the whole family in one place. She sees patients of all ages - newborn babies, adolescents, adults and seniors. Her scope of clinical care encompasses women's healthcare, including family planning and management of abnormal pap smears, as well as inpatient care at the hospital and dermatologic procedures.

Dr. Wang's goal is to improve communication between doctors and their patients, and to promote health education. She has given many health talks to the deaf community and is passionate about working with the underserved locally and abroad. Dr. Wang has delivered care to those in local free clinics, and has done medical work in South Africa, Papua New Guinea, Ecuador and Mexico.

As an assistant professor in the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health, Dr. Wang is involved in training medical students and residents at UC San Diego School of Medicine.
Dr. Wang completed a deaf medical fellowship at UC San Diego School of Medicine, where she learned American Sign Language. She completed a residency in family medicine at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center in Long Beach, Calif. Dr. Wang earned her medical degree at UC San Diego School of Medicine. She is board-certified in family medicine.

Hearing-impaired patients may email familymedicinelwc@ucsd.edu to schedule an appointment with Dr. Wang. Clinic staff will guide you through new patient registration and set up your first appointment.

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For more information on family medicine, see Primary Care.

Insurance Information
UC San Diego Health accepts most major health insurance plans, but you should verify that your plan covers this provider and all services and locations. The information in the link below does not apply to affiliate providers, who are not employed by UC San Diego Health.
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Medical Degree

  • UC San Diego, School of Medicine, San Diego, CA

Residency

  • Long Beach Memorial Medical Center, Long Beach, CA

Gender

  • Female

Languages

  • American Sign Language (ASL)
  • Mandarin
  • Spanish

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Family Medicine

Conditions and Treatments

  • Care of Chronic Diseases
  • Geriatric Medicine
  • Wellness and Disease Prevention
  • International Health
  • Women's Health
  • Pediatrics and Adolescent Health
  • Family Practice
  • Management of Common and Long-Term Illnesses in Children and Adults
  • Care for All Ages
  • Comprehensive Care for the Individual and Family
  • Overall Health and Well-Being
Insurance Information
UC San Diego Health accepts most major health insurance plans, but you should verify that your plan covers this provider and all services and locations. The information in the link below does not apply to affiliate providers, who are not employed by UC San Diego Health.
Health Insurance Plans Accepted

News

  • Health care workers help spot human trafficking

    According to the most recent data from the National Human Trafficking Hotline, incidents of trafficking in the United States rose by more than 35 percent in 2016. The thought of human trafficking might conjure images of law enforcement coming to the rescue, but often times help comes from other places. The majority of victims end up in a hospital seeking treatment for conditions related to human trafficking. In this episode, we talk to UC San Diego Health employees Regina Wang, MD, Sarah Williamson, RN, and Karen Mitchell-Keels, RN, who have formed a committee to help educate health care workers about signs that may reveal that a patient is a victim of human trafficking.