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Family Medicine

Language(s) Spoken

English; Chinese; Mandarin

Joined Kelsey-Seybold

June 2010

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​​​Professional Ba​​ckground 

Dr. Huang graduated with highest honors from Rutgers University College of Engineering in New Jersey in 1986. After earning his doctorate from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in 1995, Dr. Huang completed his Family Medicine residency at Florida Hospital in Orlando in 1998.

Professional Asso​​ciations 

Dr. Huang is a member of the American Medical Association, the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Texas Academy of Family Physicians. 

Hob​​bies and Interests

When he’s not caring for patients, Dr. Huang enjoys sports, traveling and listening to classical music.​​

​I believe in patient autonomy, and that each patient should be treated with dignity and respect. I provide up-to-date medical information, and together with the patient, we will develop a plan of care to improve his or her overall health status.

Available Appointments with Samuel Kuangzoo Huang, MD

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Awards & Recognitions

National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)
Dr. Huang has been recognized with a presti​gious national certification for excellence in carin​g for diabetic patients, awarded by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA). Certification through NCQA’s national Diabetes Recognition Program comes after a comprehensive, individualized review process to verify a physician’s adherence to national standards of excellence in caring for patients diagnosed with diabetes.
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Dr. Huang authored the following publication:
Gerhardt DA, Pisano ED, Huang KS, et al. Effects of  d​elayed processing on mammographic phantom object detection. Invest Radiol 1993; 28:1113-1119.