Richard Pang, MD
Internal Medicine, Primary Care
Internal MedicinePrimary Care
Dr. Richard Pang attended New York University for his undergraduate degree and St. George’s University School of Medicine for his medical degree. He completed his residency St. George’s University School of Medicine in internal medicine at SUNY Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse. He was in practice in Greensboro, NC for 13 years before moving to Richmond with his family.
He completed a fellowship in Integrative Medicine with the University of Arizona School of Medicine under the directorship of Dr. Andrew Weil. Dr. Pang also completed his training and certification in Medical Acupuncture at the prestigious Helms Medical Institute that trains physicians over a 2 year vigorous training period. He is currently licensed to practice medical acupuncture in Virginia as well as being board certified in Internal Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine.
Dr. Pang has a strong interest in incorporating his training in Integrative medicine and medical acupuncture to use different modalities to manage the treatment and prevention of acute and chronic disease. This involves not only lifestyle and behavior change, but also facets in nutrition, dietary supplements, mind body medicine, and botanical medicine. His goal is to integrate these evidence-based treatment approaches with his traditional medical training and experience.
Dr. Pang also served as a clinical assistant professor at the University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill where he taught medical students in the ambulatory setting. He has travelled to Uganda, Africa several times to Good Shepherd’s Fold Orphanage to help run a medical clinic for the surrounding villages. He enjoys hiking with his dog, playing racquetball as well as spending time with his family in getting to know Richmond, his new home.
St. George’s University School of Medicine
Internal Medicine Residency
SUNY Upstate Medical Center (Syracuse)
Integrative Medicine FellowshipUniversity of Arizona School of Medicine