Gordon L. Fung, M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D.
Dr. Gordon L. Fung is a cardiologist specializing in the treatment of heart disease with a special interest in cardiac rehabilitation, cardiovascular pharmacology, electrocardiography, and preventive cardiology. At UCSF Medical Center at Mount Zion, he is Director of the Cardiology Consultation Service, the Cardiac Noninvasive Laboratory, and the nation's first Asian Heart & Vascular Center. At Moffitt - Long Hospitals, he directs the Electrocardiography Laboratory and is the Associate Director of the Non-Invasive Laboratory. His research explores advances in preventive cardiology and ethnic disparities in cardiovascular disease.

Fung earned a master's degree in public health in hospital economics and administration at the University of California, Berkeley and a medical degree at the University of California, San Francisco. He completed an internal medicine residency and was chief resident at Highland General Hospital in Oakland. He completed a cardiology fellowship at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Martinez, California. He is active in the American Heart Association and has served on the association's national board of directors. He is also active in the American College of Cardiology and was a member of its Board of Governors. In 2007, Dr. Fung was awarded a Doctorate of Philosophy degree in Chinese Philosophy. Fung is a clinical professor of medicine and cardiology at UCSF School of Medicine.

In 2007, Fung was appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to the Council of Multicultural Health which advises the State Department of Public Health and the State Department of Health Services. In 2006, he was appointed by Mayor Gavin Newsome in San Francisco to represent the San Francisco Medical Society Healthy San Francisco Advisory Oversight Committee. At the National American Heart Association, he serves on the Diversity Leadership Committee as well as the Asian Outreach Task Force of the Western States Affiliate and member of the Chinese Community Cardiac Council at the San Francisco Division. Fung also directs an Annual Symposium Cardiovascular Diseases in Asians.
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