Dr. Tam Nguyen is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine
and has been treating patients of all ages since 2008. Beginning on the
East Coast, Dr. Nguyen earned his BA at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland,
followed by his medical degree at Pennsylvania State University College
of Medicine. He completed his Family Practice residency at San Jose-O'Connor
Hospital in California. After that, Dr. Nguyen served at San Joaquin General
Hospital as part of their medical staff and clinical faculty and as the
Family Medicine Chair. In addition to Family Medicine, Dr. Nguyen is also
board certified in Aesthetic Medicine and can handle minor skin procedures
in the office. In addition to the skin care, he is interested in diabetic
care and obesity, and he has been published in medical journals regarding
“I believe that every patient should get the best and most comprehensive
care that includes a balance between medical, physical, and holistic approaches.
For the convenience of the patient, this care should be done under one
roof as much as possible.”
- American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)
- California Academy of Family Physicians (CAFP)
- American Diabetic Association(ADA)
- Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM)
- American Board of Aesthetic Medicine (ABAM)
- American Society of Laser Medicine and Surgery (ASLMS)
Nguyen TT, Radha, Parsa E, and Saadat M,
A Strict-Zero Tolerance Pain Management Program
for Chronic Non-Cancer Pain Benefits Both Patients and Providers, Journal of Pain, in review.
Collantes A, Vincent Lo, and Nguyen TT,
A Follow-up Study on Diabetes Care After Implementing Quality Measures
in a Family Medicine Residency, Diabetes, July 2011, 60(Supplement 1):A628.
Nguyen TT, Vo KY, and Zuniga R,
A Financially Sustainable Digital Retinal Photography System to Improve
the Management of Diabetic Retinopathy, Diabetes, June 2010, 59(supplement 1); A365.
Pathman DE, Crouse BJ, Padilla LF, Horvath TV, Nguyen TT,
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and the Expansion and Streamlining
of the National Health Service Corps: A Great Opportunity for Service-Minded
Family Physicians, Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, Sept-Oct. 2009, 22(5):582-584.
Basaria S, Nguyen TT, Rosenson RS, Dobs AS.
Effect of Methyl-testosterone Administration on Plasma Viscosity in Post-menopausal Women. Clinical Endocrinology. 57(2):209-214, 2002.
Wisniewski AB, Nguyen TT, Dobs AS.
Evaluation of High-Dose Estrogen and High-Dose Estrogen plus Methyltestosterone
Treatment on Cognitive Task Performance in Post-Menopausal Women. Hormone Research. 58(3): 150-155, 2002.
Dobs, AS, Nguyen TT, Pace C., Roberts C.
Differential Effects of Oral Estrogen versus Oral Estrogen-Androgen Replacement
Therapy on Body Composition in Postmenopausal Women. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism. 87(4): 1509-1516, April 2002.
Nguyen TT, Wisniewski A, Dobs AS.
Influence of estrogen with or without methyl-testosterone therapy on cognitive
functions in post-menopausal women. Fertility and Sterility. 72:S183, 1999.
Wisniewski AB, Nguyen TT, Flannery TW, Dobs AS.
Hypogonadal status and cerebral lateralization in adult men. Brain and Cognition. 40: 276-281, June 1999.
Keleman MD, Ouyang P, Nguyen TT, Livengood S, Dobs AS.
Effect of adding testosterone on endothelial vasodilator in post-menopausal
women on estrogen replacement therapy. Circulation. 100(18): 1145 Suppl. S Nov. 2, 1999.