Sue listens carefully to her patients and evaluates their medical needs within the context of their home and community environments. She has a breadth of knowledge and experience in preventive care, chronic disease management, obstetrics, women's health, and enjoys seeing both male and female patients. She emphasizes collaboration and patient education in developing successful treatment plans with her patients. Sue received her MD from UCSF, holds a master's in public health from UC Berkeley, and completed her residency at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She has served as an Associate Clinical Professor at UCSF, where she was actively involved in medical education, and is board-certified in Family Medicine.