“I genuinely enjoy being with my patients and their family. I always strive and realize that my patients, especially the sick and dying ones, and I are in the same boat. We share the same kind of physical body, which we don’t have total control over. It forms a bond of compassion between us all. Kindness to each other’ became my way of thought.”
Saigon University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Saigon School of Medicine, Saigon University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Medicine
University Hospital, Oklahoma City, OK
University Hospital, Oklahoma City, OK, Internal Medicine; Veterans Administration Hospital, Danville, IL; Carle Foundation Hospital, Champaign, IL, Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine
Get to know Dang D. Ho
Why I Chose Health Care
I became a doctor by accident. I didn’t plan to go to medical school because I was in Vietnam. I was interested in Philosophy, but took an exam to medical school anyway. I was accepted, and pursed this career. I now realize that I had stumbled into the noblest career that could have been offered to me.
Department of Internal Medicine
In the Department of Internal Medicine, Dr. Ho diagnoses and treats non-surgical illnesses in adults. In addition, he has extensive experience with tropical diseases and Southeast Asian symptomatology and special medical interests in cancer screening and health maintenance.
Carle Foundation Hospital and Provena Covenant Medical Center.
Dr. Ho and his wife, Anh Ha, enjoy visiting national parks throughout the United States with their three daughters: Anh Van, Van Anh, and Yen Vi. In Dr. Ho’s free time, he enjoys hiking, gardening, or playing the piano.
Christie Clinic on Windsor
1801 West Windsor Road
Champaign, IL 61822
(217) 366-1200--Main Phone Number
(217) 366-5434--Internal Medicine
(217) 366-8130--Convenient Care
(217) 366-6104--Family Medicine
(217) 366-5418--Foot and Ankle Surgery