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Vincent Chan, M.D.

Pediatric Hospitalist
Clinical Expertise
  • Pediatrics
Appointments
Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Other Languages Spoken
  • Mandarin
“I am passionate about helping youth reach their highest potential and live their best lives.”

Vincent Chan, M.D.’s love for humanity — especially children — is evident in everything he does, both as a physician and human being.
 
He’s led and participated in Global Health in China and young people’s missions in Mexico, worked with youth in Turkey on social justice issues, treated orphanage patients in El Salvador, mentored and coached underserved kids in Los Angeles, and tended to the homeless at free clinics in West Hollywood and Venice, California.
 
As a pediatrician, Dr. Chan focuses his research on improving quality of life and lessening the pain of chronically ill children.
 
Dr. Chan received his medical degree from UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine and completed his internship and residency at UCLA’s Pediatric Training Program.
 
Dr. Chan is also a trained pianist and choral singer who uses his musical skills — and his rich baritone — in a wide variety of community performances.
 

Locations

City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center, 1500 East Duarte Road

Duarte, CA 91010

Nelson BB, Thompson LR, Herrera P, Biely C, Arriola D, Aceves I, Estrada I, Chan V, Orantes C, Chung PJ et al. Telephone-Based Developmental Screening and Care Coordination Through 2-1-1: A Randomized Trial. Pediatrics. 2019;143(4).
 
Barnert ES, Coller RJ, Nelson BB, Thompson LR, Tran J, Chan V, Padilla C, Klitzner TS, Szilagyi M, Chung PJ. Key Population Health Outcomes for Children with Medical Complexity: A Systematic Review. Matern Child Health J. 2019;23(9):1167-1176.
 
Barnert ES, Coller RJ, Nelson BB, Thompson LR, Chan V, Padilla C, Klitzner TS, Szilagyi M, Chung PJ. Experts' Perspectives Toward a Population Health Approach for Children With Medical Complexity. Acad Pediatr. 2017;17(6):672-677.
 
Ashana DC, Chan V, Vangala S, Bell DS. The Impact of Resident Holdover Admissions on Inpatient Length of Stay and Risk of Transfer to an Intensive Care Unit. Journal of General Internal Medicine. April 2017; Vol 31, pp.S424.
 
Chan V. K., Evenson W. E., Horgan M. D., Lee H. J., Cheney C. M. The Drosophila genes psidin and quartet are the same gene and contribute to the N-terminal acetylation of rab GDI. Molecular Biology of the Cell. December 2013; Vol 24.
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