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									                                   Raymond L Yung, M.D., F.A.C.S.
                                         185 Canal Street, Ste 206
                                            New York, NY 10013
                                         Telephone: (212) 421-9471
                                       Email: wotanfan@hotmail.com




EDUCATION

Graduate Medical Education
July 1993- June 1994          Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York — Chief Resident, Otolaryngology-
                              Head and Neck Surgery Department

July 1990- June 1993          Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York — Resident, Otolaryngology- Head
                              and Neck Surgery Department

July 1989- June 1990          St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center of Boston, Massachusetts— General Surgical
                              Internship


Graduate
August 1985- May 1989         Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston-
                              Doctor of Medicine, (M.D.),
                                    Vice President and member of Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA)
                                    Senior Surgical Clerkship Honor University Hospital at Yale University
                                    Clinical Honors in Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Pre-clinical Honors in
                                       Anatomy,
                                    Histology, Physiology, Pathology, Immnunology, Neuroanatomy,
                                       Medical Ethics
                                    Senior Medical Student Scholarship
                                    Best Dissection Award for Gross Anatomy Class


Undergraduate
January 1981- May 1985 Northeasten University, Boston— Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy,
                            (B.S. Pharm), graduated cum laude in College of Pharmacy and Allied
                            Health Professions
                            .   Vice President of Rho Chi, Pharmacy students Honor Society
                            .   Bristol Award for distinguished pharmaceutical student, 1985
                            .   Rho Chi representative for Eastern Chapters Conference, 1984


PROFESSIONAL LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS

   Diplomate, American Board of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery, 1995
   Fellow of American Academy of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery
   Medical License, State of New York (License #185578)
   Medical License, State of California (License #G079045)
   Diplomate of the National Board of Medical Examiners (Certificate #368142)
   Registered Pharmacist, Commonwealth of Massachusetts (License #19699)
   Fellow of Suffolk County Medical County Society
   Member of American Medical Association
   AHA - certified in Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support

WORK EXPERIENCE

(October 1999 – Present)
      Chief Doctor of private practice in Otolaryngology – Raymond L. Yung M.D. at 185 Canal Street Suite
206A, New York City, NY. Full attending staff privileges at Beth Israel Hospital, New York City, NY.
(May 1995 - September 1999)
        Associate of private practice in Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery at 257 Middle Country Road,
Smithtown, New York. Full attending staff privileges at Huntington Hospital, Huntington and
St. John’s Episcopal Hospital, Smithtown. Treasurer of Section of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery,
1997-1999 at Huntington Hospital. Responsible for emergency room and in-patient consultations; full attending
privileges at North Shore Surgical Center, Smithtown. Currently involve in designing and updating of office
computer networking operating systems; editor of monthly publication of newsletter; designs practice web-sites.
Currently involve in designing and updating web-sites for Long Island Society of Otolaryngologists. Volunteer
staff at Dolan’s family Center, Huntington in providing specialty care to indigent and elderlys. Involve in training
of St. Vincent’s Meidca/Centersurgical residents at Huntington Hospital in various Head and Neck procedures;
teaching of otolaryngologic physical examinations to medical students from Stony Brook University Medical
School.

(July 1994- April 1995)
       Associate of private practice in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at 600 Garfield Avenue,
Monterey Park, California. Full attending staff privileges at San Gabriel Medical Center, San Gabriel and
Garfield Medical Center, Monterey Park. Involved in providing head and neck services to indigent population.
Experienced in treating benign skin conditions like melasmus and pigmented nevi using lasers.
Associate professor in Department of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery at University of Southern
California, University Hospital, 1995.

(July 1993- June 1995)
       Chief Surgical Resident Department of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery at Mount Sinai Medical
                                ,

Center, New York Directly supervised all aspects of patient care in Head and Neck, Skull-base, Otology and
General Otolaryngology service. Involved in performing ablative and reconstructive procedures in patients with
various head and neck tumors; assisted in free-tissue transfer aspects of reconstruction. Close collaboration
with neurosurgical services in surgical excision of various paranasal sinuses and skull-base tumors like acoustic
neuromas, meningiomas, chordomas and esthesioblastomas; assisted in free-tissue transfers of skull-base
defects. Otology service included performing otologic procedures in patients with conductive hearing loss and
chronic mastoiditis including mastoidectomies, tympanolplasties ossiculoplasties and stapedectomies. Directed
                                                                   ,

and attended monthly clinicopathologic conference with pathology department. Reported on monthly Morbidity
and Mortality conferences, tumor conferences and radiology conferences. Supervised aspects of in-patient and
outpatient care and training of junior and senior residents. Teaching of all senior medical students with head
and neck track, interviewer of residency applicants.

(July 1990- June 1993)
       Resident Department of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery, Mount Sinai Medical Center, New
                 ,

York Also rotated in Elmhurst Hospital, Queens and Veterans Administrations Hospital, Bronx. Progressive
involvement in clinical duties and assistance in various head and neck procedures and otologic operations;
Performed all diagnostic procedures including rigid bronchoscopes, direct laryngoscopes and esophagoscopies.
Performed all external and endoscopic sinus procedures in diagnosis and treatment of inflammatory sinus
diseases.Supervised and attended weekly facial plastics clinic at MountSinai Medical Centei, New York;
performed all rhinoplasties (external and closed), rhytidectomies and blepharoplasties. Attended monthly cleft
conferences in collaboration with maxillofacial and oral surgery services; performed all diagnostic and
reconstructive procedures in trauma patients including facial fractures (mini and microplating, Midex system),
penetrating soft-tissue neck injuries and laryngeal injuries. 6 month research rotation in studying eustachian-
tube functions in guinea pigs; project required extensive microsurgical dissections of skull-base structures;
training in microsurgical techniques of vascular anastamosis. 3 month rotation in pathology and radiology
department.

(July 1989- June 1990)
       General Surgery Internship, Department of Surgery, St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, Boston. 6 months of
General surgical internship in colorectal, abdominal, vascular and breast services. Attended weekly general
surgery clinics and assisted in operations in above disciplines. Three 2-month rotations in neurosurgey,
orthopedics and emergency room/intensive care services. Responsible for direct in-patient care and monthly
morbidity and mortality conferences.

(July 1985- June 1989)
       Pharmacist- part-time, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston. In-patient unit-dose dispensing and preparation of
intravenous chemotherapeutic agents to oncology unit. Preparation of medication administration protocols and
in services to nursing wards. Therapeutic drug monitoring and correspondence for drug information center.
(July 1984- June 1985)
      Research associate-Beth Israel Hospital, Boston; Dana-Faber Cancer Institute, Boston. Cellular
Genetics Laboratory, studied germ cell lines and clones of seminomas and choriocarcinomas. Preparation of
SDS gels and conducting pulse-chase experiments and mixed lymphocyte cultures.

(March 1981- June 1985)
       Pharmacy technician- Beth Israel Hospital, Boston. Progressive training in dispensing and regulation of
all controlled substances and class Il-V medications in hospital setting. Preparation and delivery of all
intravenous hyperalimentations, unit-dose anti-infectives and chemotherapeutic agents.


PRESENTATIONS & LECTURES

      “Synchronous Squamous Cell Carcinomas of the Head and Neck” Surgical Grand Round, Huntington
                                                                         ,

        Hospital, Huntington. November, 1996

      “Case presentation- Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma- dedifferentiation vs. new primary sqaumous cell
        carcinoma” Surgical Grand Round, Huntington Hospital, April 1999

      “Sinusitis- a new surgical perspective using 3-D Stealth intraoperative imagaing technique”

      Glaxo-Welcome sponsored lecture, Huntington May 1998
                                                       ,




      Pharmacologic approaches to chronic sinusitis” Abbott sponsored lecture, Flushing May 1997
                                                                                           ,




      “Laryngeal cancer- a case presentation”, St.John’s Episcopal Hospital, Smithtown, Tumor Clinico-
        pathologic conference, August 1996

      “Head and Neck Tumors for the primary care physicians”, Pfizer sponsored lecture, Smithtown, January
        1996

      “Total versus Partial Thyroidectomy in well-differentiated Thyroid Carcinomas”, Clinicopathologic round,
        Garfield Hospital, Monterey Park, December 1995

      “Sublingual Procardia in treatment of acute hypertension”, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston January, 1989

      “Beta-blockers in prevention of Myocardial Infarction”, Northeastern University, Boston, June 1984



PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

   New York State Medical Society
   Long Island Otolaryngology Society
   League of Physicians and Surgeons
   American Academy of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery
   American Medical Association
   Committee of 100


SKILLS AND LANGUAGES

 Fluent in written and spoken English, Cantonese and Poutunghua/Mandarin



PERSONAL AND INTERESTS

 Married, U.S. Citizen
 Golf, Opera, skiiing and Computers

								
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