101 The City Drive South,
Pavilion III Building 29,
Orange, CA 92868
Very professional, the staff was very nice and helpful in my situation. Glad I made the appointment here because they wasted no time in getting me the information I needed.
You couldn't ask for a better staff. They are courteous, helpful and really know their stuff.
Thank you Doctor Ahlering for giving me the potential for a future. Your leadership and skill is reflected throughout your wonderful caring team who navigated me through this phase of my journey and treated me as if I was one of your own family.
My recovery exceeded every expectation that I had. After the surgery I was basically pain free and only took 1 Tylenol tablet! I was able to walk at length couple of days after the surgery. I did not even feel weak as one expects after the surgery.
Very professional staff, I like the rapport that they build with their patients. I took my son in for a procedure and the medical assistants took me under their wings and explained every step of the procedure in detail. I couldn't had chosen a better facility.
I have been treated by Dr. Louie and have nothing but good things to say about it. He is friendly, knowledgeable and will answer all the questions posed. In other words he has good bedside manner.
Kai-Wen Chuang, MD, is a pediatric urologist at UC Irvine Health and CHOC Children’s Hospital of Orange County. Chuang’s clinical interests include hypospadias, prenatal hydronephrosis, undescended testes, bladder and bowel dysfunction, spina bifida and conditions affecting sex development. Her research interests focus on long-term outcomes of congenital renal conditions and complex urogenital reconstruction.
Chuang attended medical school at the University of California, San Francisco. She completed her surgical internship and urology residency at the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System (now Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine) in New York. Subsequently, Chuang returned to UC San Francisco to complete a pediatric urology fellowship. During her fellowship, she received formal training in epidemiology and biostatistics, and earned a certificate in Advanced Training in Clinical Research.
In addition to quality patient care, Chuang is committed to medical education and scholarly work. She was the first resident physician at the Smith Institute for Urology to receive a departmental award for her dedication to teaching. More recently, she was named the recipient of the Great People Award, recognizing her contributions to the UCSF School of Medicine Community. Chuang has published in peer-reviewed journals and is an invited author for several urology textbooks.
Prior to medical school, Chuang was an active member of the Berkeley Free Clinic, serving as a California state-certified HIV prevention counselor. This unique position provided her with training and an in-depth understanding of common barriers to behavioral changes. Chuang continues to employ these assets in her care for children with urologic conditions.
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