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Clement C. Hsiao, MD, FACOG

About

Clement C. Hsiao, MD, FACOG

Dr. Hsiao comes from a family line of Ob/Gyn physicians.  He is a Member of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, a Fellow: American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and performed his Residency at Emory University School of Medicine.

 


A well-rounded educational background

“Being a good physician is more than just understanding how the body works, it is also about understanding how people interact with each other and the world around them. So I am able to put all areas of my education – even my political science education to work for me on a daily basis.”

Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, Northwestern University
Bachelor of Science, Biology, Northwestern University
Honors Program in Medical Education, Northwestern University
Graduate: Northwestern University Medical School
Residency: Emory University School of Medicine
Fellow: American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Staying current in his field

“Memberships in professional organizations allow me to interact with other doctors in my specialty to share ideas and information about what is working and what isn’t, so that my patients get the best care available.”

Member: American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Active in the community

“I truly love being a doctor. If there’s a way I can help someone with a problem or influence the progression of care to see that more women get the help they need, I want to be involved. So when people ask me to share my knowledge it is a great honor to be able to help out.”

Presenter, Hepatitis B awareness, Chinese Community Medical Services
Health Advisor, AreaCodeEntertainment.com

A Family Tradition of Healthcare

“My father is an Ob/Gyn in Taiwan. And I had the privilege to be able to help out in his practice while I was still in high school. I learned at an early age how rewarding it can be to help people. I became a doctor myself to bring happiness, to ease suffering, and touch people’s lives in a way only a physician can.”