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Fred Ming-Chieh Wu | Medical Services

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Fred Ming-Chieh Wu | Education

Undergraduate School

University of Michigan

1996, Ann Arbor, MI

Medical School

University of Michigan

1999, Ann Arbor, MI

Internship

University of Minnesota Medical School

2000, Minneapolis, MN

Residency

University of Minnesota Medical School

2003, Minneapolis, MN

Fellowship

Cardiovascular Medicine (Adult)

University of Minnesota Medical School

2006, Minneapolis, MN

Fellowship

Boston Children's Hospital

2007, Boston, MA

Fred Ming-Chieh Wu | Professional History

Dr. Wu is board certified in pediatrics, internal medicine, and cardiovascular disease. After receiving his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor, he completed a combined residency program in pediatrics and internal medicine at the University of Minnesota Medical Center and a fellowship in cardiovascular disease, also at the University of Minnesota. In 2007, he completed an advanced fellowship in adult congenital heart disease and pulmonary hypertension at Harvard Medical School and stayed on to become a faculty member of the Boston Adult Congenital Heart and Pulmonary Hypertension Program.

Dr. Wu has received a Sanofi-Aventis Fellow Travel Award for research, a teaching award from the Harvard Medical School Academy Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence, and grant funding through Boston Children’s Hospital’s Innovation & Digital Health Accelerator for research into innovative approaches to the management of patients with single ventricle physiology.

Fred Ming-Chieh Wu | Publications

I feel that to serve as a physician is a unique privilege. As adult congenital heart disease specialists, we have the opportunity to care for and to form relationships with our patients through their entire lives. I believe strongly in the model of patients being active partners in their own care. My goal is to treat all individuals with respect and dignity, to maintain a high level of communication and transparency with patients and the rest of their health care team, and to empower everyone to actively participate in care and decision-making.