UCLA Center for East-West Medicine
Assistant Clinical Professor
Department of Medicine
David Geffen School of Medicine, UCLA
Katie Hu, M.D. obtained her B.A. degrees in both Political Science and Biology from Miami University of Ohio and her MD from Washington University in St. Louis. She completed her internship and residency at UCLA Department of Family Medicine in Santa Monica, California as well as a fellowship in Integrative East West Medicine at UCLA. She is currently licensed and boarded in Family Medicine as well as Integrative Medicine. She was drawn to family medicine initially because she wanted the opportunity to care for any person, in any situation, from any walk of life. Her aspiration and philosophy has always been the care of the whole patient, both mind and body taken in context. She has since completed her fellowship in East-West Primary Care in 2017 and is helping to build a patient-centered medical home at the UCLA Center for East-West Medicine. She is also the fellowship director and chair of the Center's 1st and 2nd year medical student intensive course and is dedicated to teaching students about integrative medicine. Her professional interests include herbal supplements and teaching, and her hobbies include traveling and eating delicious food.
Dr. Katie Hu is currently accepting new patients as a general family practitioner/primary care physician and seeing patients with faculty in the East-West Medicine consultative practice.
East-West Primary Care Fellowship, UCLA Center for East-West Medicine
Residency UCLA Department of Family Medicine in Santa Monica
Internship UCLA Department of Family Medicine in Santa Monica
Medical Degree Washington University in St. Louis, MD
Undergraduate Degree in Political Science and Biology, Miami University of Ohio, BA, BS