Duc Chung, MD
Residency: UCLA VA PM&R
Medical School:
University at Buffalo School of
Medicine & Biomedical Sciences


Duc Chung, MD, was born in Vietnam and came to the states when he was eight years old. His family settled in the Bay Area. He attended UC Berkeley as a Regents' Scholar and graduated with honors.  He then went on to complete medical school at the State University at Buffalo School of Medicine, where he also graduated with thesis honors. He did his internship at UCSF Fresno and then went on to complete residency training in  physical medicine & rehabilitation at the VA Greater Los Angeles/UCLA, where he was selected as Chief Resident. His academic interests include cancer rehabilitation, hospice home visits, end of life discussions and their associated cultural barriers. Outside of work, Dr.Chung enjoys hanging out with friends, trying new restaurants, writing music, and playing with his dog, Oreo.                                                

Austin Sue, MD        
Residency: Kern Medical Center
Medical School:  Ross University


Austin Sue completed his Family Medicine Residency in Bakersfield, California in 2015. He believes that Family Medicine has the unique opportunity to treat all ages of life. He chose to pursue Hospice & Palliative Medicine because it just made sense that if a Family Medicine Doctor follows patients from birth to old age, why not continue till their last journey. He also enjoys his time with their family and being a part of their lives.

Moving to Fresno is an exciting adventure as this city and its surrounding towns have much to offer: Exploring the great outdoors, trying out various cuisines at the diverse restaurants , and getting fresh produce from the local Farmers Markets.

His wife and daughter are his great joys. He appreciates spending quality time with them and also as a family volunteer to serve the community.