Nguyen Pham, M.D. is a board-certified physician specializing in Pediatric Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery. He completed his pediatric fellowship training at Stanford University, where he practiced advanced surgical techniques in airway reconstruction, otological surgery, and the treatment of congenital defects at Stanford’s Lucille Packard Children’s Hospital.
Before completing his fellowship, Dr. Pham graduated summa cum laude from UCLA where he received his bachelor’s degree in Psychobiology. After college, Dr. Pham earned his medical degree from UC Irvine and continued onto his residency at UC Davis Medical Center.
Dr. Pham has a passion for research, teaching, and community service. He has been published in multiple peer-reviewed journals and has presented his research nationally. During his year as Chief Resident at UC Davis, Dr. Pham was awarded Best Resident Teacher by the medical students with whom he worked.
Dr. Pham is committed to working with underserved populations and has participated in multiple humanitarian endeavors including Operation Restore Hope, a medical mission that performs cleft lip and palate surgeries in the Philippines. Also, in 2005, after Hurricane Katrina, Dr. Pham served as one of the initial humanitarian workers at the Common Ground Clinic in New Orleans.
Dr. Pham’s clinical interests include pediatric surgery, airway surgery and pediatric tumors. He specializes in laryngotracheal reconstruction. Dr. Pham is affiliated with the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery and the Faculty of 1000.
In his free time, he loves spending time with his wife and his young son, as well as surfing and playing basketball. Dr. Pham speaks fluent Vietnamese.