Dawn Ngo, PA received a Bachelor of Science in medical technology and a Master of Physician Assistant Studies at the University of Utah respectively. She is board certified with the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and specializes in gastroenterology. She speaks English and Vietnamese.
Dawn grew up in Vietnam before she immigrated to the United States. Her family had limited access to healthcare and often avoided doctors and hospitals due to financial hardship, language barriers, and other personal beliefs. They relied on home remedies and over-the-counter medications such as Nyquil and Tylenol to cure common illnesses. As Dawn volunteered at hospitals and clinics and had more exposure to medicine, she became mesmerized by the various opportunities to help heal and cure the sick. As a practicing physician’s assistant, Dawn believes that communication is vital to a successful patient experience. She loves to see the difference that medicine can make in the lives of those she treats as she works with them to solve their medical problems.
When she is not serving patients, Dawn loves traveling, fishing, swimming, and also enjoys eating great foods with her family and friends.
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