Dr. Han and his team will be serving in Torreon, Mexico. The...
Welcome to Minh Han, MD – Family Practice
Our philosophy centers around good health and good lifestyle choices for the family and the individual: nutrition and exercise, a healthy mind, spirit, and body. Dr. Han is conversant with both traditional and complementary alternative medicine and welcomes dialogue with those who desire to pursue chiropractic, herbal, or holistic medicine.
We proudly serve a multitude of races and cultures, including people of Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai, Laotian, European, African, and Hispanic descent. Dr. Han speaks fluent Vietnamese, conversational Spanish, and endeavors to learn more languages. We are an open and affirming office and welcome GLBT patients and their families.
Our office handles minor surgeries including skin tag and wart removal, suturing, cryosurgery, and ingrown toenails. We also perform procedures such as EKG's, nebulizer treatments, STD screening, and anoscopy.
Dr. Han is an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. The office is a teaching center for medical students from UConn, and the occasional college or high school student. Please let us know if you have a strong preference regarding the participation of medical students during your office visit by completing this form.
We are committed to serving patients and to overall patient satisfaction. Our office is highly rated according to patient satisfaction sites like Wellness.com, Vitals.com, RateMDs, Healthgrades, DoctorScoreCard, DrScore, Vimo, and Angie's List. Are we perfect? No, but we strive to be. If there is a way that we can improve the care we provide, please let us know.
Last Modified: September 16, 2016
A Word From Your Doctor: STRUGGLING WITH ADDICTIONS?
The definition of an addiction is, based on the Society of Addiction Medicine, "compulsive use, despite harm."
Compulsive use. Compulsive, repetitive, stereotyped, uncontrolled, rat on the treadmill -- "I'd love to get off, I just can't stop." Compulsive use. "I do it, even though I'm trying not to do it. And I do it, despite harm. It gets me into trouble." Doing something compulsively, even though it gets you into trouble and does you harm, is the definition...
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) has awarded this office and all of ProHealth a Level III designation, the highest possible, for its commitment to the Patient Centered Medical Home and quality of care. For two years, ProHealth has worked on developing the tools, systems, and resources to provide stellar medical care and qualify for this designation. This is just one more affirmation that the office is committed not only to treating illness in the most cost-effective manner possible, but also to prevent disease in the first place.
Dr. Han's book is now available! A Journey of Discovery: True stories of love, loss, laughter, and hope from a family practice physician.
This highly-anticipated book has received many positive reviews. All net proceeds from the book are going to support the nonprofit organization Discovery and Dr. Han's medical mission work around the world.
E-book is available through the office and at most online stores. For a $10 minimum donation, Dr. Han will personally email you his book. Call the office for more information.
For those wanting a hardback copy, they are available at the office. Pick up a copy at the office for a minimum donation of $30, a 12% discount from the list price of $34. To order the book online, visit Dr. Han's Booklocker page.
Disclaimer: Any link contained on the web site is provided for users' convenience. I have no interest in products' promotion and content is in no way influenced by the companies which I may refer to in my articles. Clicking on any links, including Youtube, will take you to external sites and has the potential of introducing viruses onto your computer.