Vietnamese

Kim Pham, ARNP

Education: 
B.S.N., Washington State University, 2009
M.S.N., Pacific Lutheran University, 2016
Certification: 
American Association of Nurse Practitioners, 2016
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I work at Neighborcare Health because I want to serve the community I grew up in. I enjoy working closely with patients and families, building relationships and helping them reach their health goals.
Other: 

Before coming to work at Neighborcare Health, Kim worked as a nurse at VA Puget Sound Health Care System for seven years. While there she provided care to patients on a medical-surgical floor. Kim was born in Vietnam and grew up in Seattle, WA. In her free time she likes to hike, travel and spend time with family and friends.

Languages spoken:
Vietnamese

Than T. Nguyen, MSW, CDP

Education: 
B.S.W, Eastern Washington University, 2001
M.S.W., Eastern Washington University, 2002
Certification: 
Chemical Dependency Professional CDP, 2005
Certified Social Services Interpreter – Vietnamese, 2006
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
I grew up in the High Point community of West Seattle and was a patient at High Point Medical Clinic. I have always had great respect for Neighborcare Health, the mission and staff members. I really like Neighborcare’s strength-based approach to health care, I like the sense of community and I especially like working for an organization that cares for the underserved. I believe that everyone deserves to have medical care, regardless of their financial situation.
Other: 

Before joining Neighborcare Health, Than worked for many years doing advocacy work at the Children’s Alliance, then as an addiction counselor for treatment centers and recovery transitional housing. She has also worked at Harborview Medical Center emergency room as an addiction therapist and managed the job-training program at FareStart.

Than came from Vietnam and her family was among the first set of “boat people” refugee immigrants who came to the United States in the 1980’s after the Vietnam War. Her escape trip from Vietnam and into America included danger, turbulence, challenges and triumphs, including capture by Thailand Sea Pirates. In her spare time, Than describes herself as a “homebody” and enjoys staying home, relaxing, cooking and being around family.
 

Languages spoken:
Vietnamese, English

Giang Vu, PA

Education: 
BS, San Jose State University, 1990
MSPAS/MPH, Touro University, 2006
Valedictorian, PA Program, Touro University
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
By working at Neighborcare Health, I have an opportunity to care for a diverse patient population. Many of them have financial, language or cultural barriers similar to the challenges I had when I first came to the USA in 1979.
Other: 
Giang Vu was born in Vietnam and raised in California. He moved to Seattle for a job opportunity and met his wife here. They have three children. In his spare time, Giang enjoys cooking authentic Vietnamese food for family and friends and also admits a fondness for sushi, burritos and spaghetti.
Languages spoken:
English, Vietnamese

Dang Nguyen, DDS

Education: 
DDS, University of Washington, 2004
Why I work at Neighborcare Health: 
Helping to restore function and smiles to people with low incomes who have limited access to dental care.
Other: 

I started working for Neighborcare Health right after finishing dental school.

I'm from Vietnam. I like to go to the movies, read and travel in my free time.

Languages spoken:
English, Vietnamese
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