Raised in the Chicagoland area, Dr. Wu first graduated with an Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, before entering medical school. After residency he decided to trade the bitter winters for sunshine. He first practiced in Phoenix, AZ, then felt the call of the Pacific Northwest to work with the underserved in Snohomish county.
Dr. Wu enjoys getting to know his patients and their families. He believes in helping them achieve physical, spiritual and mental health through an informed partnership.
He enjoys spending time with his family as they explore life in the Pacific Northwest. He is always looking for ways to improve his camping, fishing, and clamming skills.
Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine | Chicago, IL
University of Illinois, Christ Hospital | Chicago, IL
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155 patients rated this physician.
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Reviewed on September 14, 2018 This was my first visit with this provider. I was there for a Medicare wellness exam following the retirement of my long time primary Dr. As of now Dr. Wu is my permanent primary provider for the foreseeable future.
Reviewed on July 9, 2018 This was my first time seeing Dr. Wu and I was very pleased with the appointment. He spent the time necessary to become knowledgeable about my health history. He explained the medications and why he was a little concerned about the interactions I might see with a couple them. That was the first time that was done and I have been taking these medications for several years.
Reviewed on July 6, 2018 I feel like I'm in excellent hands in the treatment i require.
Reviewed on June 26, 2018 I think Dr. Wu is great, professional, caring, intelligent.
Reviewed on June 18, 2018 Dr. Wu has a very good patient interaction. Easy to talk with and about health care needs. Quite understanding.