Dr. Dang H. Vu has quite an interesting background. He immigrated to the United States with his parents and four siblings from Saigon, Viet Nam, when he was ten years old. He and his family had their humble beginning in Memphis, TN, where he first learned English. Hence, he considers himself to be a Southerner at heart. He excelled in school, graduated valedictorian of his high school class and became class president. For college, Dr. Dang Vu attended the prestigious Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. On scholarship at Vanderbilt, he participated in many civic clubs and volunteered in various organizations around campus. During his sophomore year, he attended the Vanderbilt-in-France program in Aix-en-Provence, studying French literature and history. Dr. Dang Vu eventually obtained a B.S. with majors in pre-med and French.
He left Tennessee for the Dr. M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago, IL, trading the country music scenery for the more urban, jazzy Chi Town. He won several awards in medical school for his service and scholarship. After medical school, Dr. Dang Vu was hand-picked for a podiatric surgical residency at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore. He was the only podiatry resident that year, under the tutelage of many podiatrists who were on staff at the hospital. Thus, he gained much knowledge and hands-on experience in the fields of medicine and surgery.
Of all the places that Dr. Dang Vu had lived, he calls Baltimore home. And because of the personal and educational journey that Dr. Vu has undergone, he is a very well-rounded individual. He is proud of his accomplishments and does not take anything for granted. It is this humility that is instilled in him that makes Dr. Dang Vu unique. He treats each patient with the utmost importance and care.
Dr. Dang H. Vu is a diplomat of the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. He is on staff at Sinai Hospital, Northwest Hospital and Carroll Hospital Center. On his spare time, he enjoys music and the Arts. He is also a member of the Downtown Sailing Club.