Stephanie Wang, ND, MSAOM
Stephanie (she/her) earned her graduate degrees in Naturopathic Medicine and East Asian Medicine (acupuncture and Chinese herbology) from Bastyr University. She received her undergraduate degrees in Biochemistry and Microbiology with honors at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. Stephanie has spent most of her life in Seattle after growing up in Taiwan.
Stephanie is very excited to be at Pacific Integrative Oncology for her residency training. She found her way to integrative oncology after working with both naturopathic physicians and acupuncturists at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health and Providence Regional Medical Center Everett. She finds integrative oncology offers the best of both conventional therapies and evidence-informed complementary care to help cancer survivors through treatments and beyond.
Stephanie’s clinical interests include integrative cancer care, cancer survivorship, internal medicine, community healthcare, and integrative pain management. She is passionate about providing quality integrative care to people of all socioeconomic status, ethnicity, gender identity, ability, religion, and ages. She believes that everyone should have access to patient-centered holistic care that treats the whole person. In addition, Stephanie is also interested in helping to fight physician burnouts.
In her free time, Stephanie enjoys reading, listening to podcasts, and learning to enjoy hiking.