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Alexander Wu, MD

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Dr. Alexander Wu graduated from UCLA School of Medicine in 1992, the Long Beach Memorial Family Medicine Residency in 1995, and the PCC Maternal Child Health (MCH) Fellowship in 1998.

Dr. Alexander Wu graduated from UCLA School of Medicine in 1992, the Long Beach Memorial Family Medicine Residency in 1995, and the PCC Maternal Child Health (MCH) Fellowship in 1998. He was director of inpatient services at the FM residency in Long Beach until 1997 and has served as one the MCH Fellowship Co-Directors at PCC for almost 20 years. He enjoys helping learners understand the drama of MCH and have fun at rounds. Dr. Wu has been honored with five family medicine teaching awards since 1995 and currently teaches at Loyola University Chicago and Northwestern University. He is capable of speaking with patients in both English and Spanish. In addition to medicine, he enjoys fragrance and flavor science and Latin music and dance. He has even worked in the food and beverage industry and musical theatre.

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