Dr. Tsang is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and in practice since 2008. He resigned from Kaiser Permanente after ten years of fulfilling service to start his own practice in order to provide the best patient care without bureaucratic restrictions.
Dr. Tsang started his career at Kaiser Permanente in Vallejo in 2008 after completing Residency. After working closely with mutiple Primary Care Providers treating mutual patients, he was appointed by the Dept of Family Medicine to create a Behavioral Medicine curriculum for a new Residency training program, later known as the Napa-Solano Family Medicine Residency. He then served as clinical faculty in the position of Co-Director of Behavioral Medicine and Wellness, teaching Family Medicine Residents in addition to professional and personal development with emphasis on support and wellness during training. Dr. Tsang was recognized with a Faculty Teaching Award in 2016 for his exceptional contribution to Behavioral Medicine & Resident Wellness.
Many years before...
Dr. Tsang graduated from UCLA (Bruins!) in 1999, attended Western University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific in Pomona, California, graduating with his Doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine in 2004. He completed Residency training at UCLA-Olive View Psychiatry Residency Program and served as Chief Resident of the Inpatient Psychiatry Service in his final year of Residency.
During that time, Dr. Tsang worked closely with the Veteran and County populations in multiple settings, acquiring valuable experience forming therapeutic relationships with a broad range of patients. These experiences demonstrated the healing benefits of a positive patient / doctor relationship which he continues to incorporate in his current treatment approach.
Dr. Tsang's career change was also motivated by his two young children, both of whom are now ready for Dad to go back to work.