Dr. Wong is a Professor of Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina. He received his M.D. degree from the University of Utah School of Medicine and completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Duke University Medical Center. Following his residency, he served on faculty at Duke in the Division of General Internal Medicine attaining the rank of Assistant Professor and serving in the Educational Administrative roles of Director of the Primary Care Residency Training Program as well as the Medical Outpatient Clinic for the Medical Residents. In 1996, he was recruited to Washington University in St. Louis where he was appointed Associate Professor of Medicine and Chief of Medical Education in the Division of General Medical Sciences. He also directed the Medical Residents' Clinics at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. In 1998, he was recruited to the Yale Primary Care Residency Program where he served as the director of the Henry S. Chase Outpatient Center as well as other educational administrative roles in the Yale Residency Program. In 2004, he was recruited to MUSC.
Dr. Wong is presently serving as the Senior Associate Dean for Medical Education in the College of Medicine at MUSC. Nationally, he is active in the American Association of Medical Colleges and in the Society of General Internal Medicine. He is also a member of the South Carolina Medical Association and the American Medical Association. In 1996, he attained Fellowship status in the American College of Physicians. He also is an Honored Professor at Kazan State Medical University in Kazan, Russia.
Dr. Wong's interest is in General Internal Medicine, faculty development in clinical teaching skills, and medical education in general. He enjoys his primary care adult medicine practice and has been recognized as one of the "Best Doctors in America" through his work.