My role as your cardiologist is to advocate for your health. I will listen to your concerns so that we can work together to create an effective and meaningful plan of care. I will do my best to provide you with all the necessary information so that you can take an active role in your health and make an informed decision about your well being.
I grew up in the Midwest and went to college in Chicago. I then moved to New York to pursue medicine, and stayed there for the duration of my training. My time in New York has really given me the privilege to interact with people from all different racial and socioeconomic backgrounds. And it is this connection that truly draws me to practice medicine. I love meeting new people, talking with them, and hearing about their experiences and perspectives. I will bring the same level of excitement and commitment to my practice here at EvergreenHealth.
In my spare time, I enjoy running, hiking, and trying new restaurants.
New York Medical College | Valhalla, NY
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Reviewed on January 6, 2020 Care provider all have different personalities. She is someone who follow through. So needed to feel you aren't forgotten.
Reviewed on August 26, 2019 I have very good experience I definitely recommend to my friends & family.
Reviewed on July 10, 2019 answered all my questions. Explained findings well.
Reviewed on July 8, 2019 I have recommended her to a friend.
Reviewed on June 7, 2019 Dr. Zhou is knowledgeable and efficient. My only complaint is that when a patient comes in KNOWING about their own condition, she might consider listening a little bit more closely and showing the patient a little more respect. Don't get me wrong, she's great. But I have a pretty extensive health care background and it would have been nice if she had picked up on that and spoken to me as if I had that cache of knowledge. That notwithstanding, I will use her as my cardiologist on a go-forward basis.