About Our Team
About Dr. Chung
- Undergraduate School: Brown University
- Medical School: University of Miami
- Internal Medicine Training: University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center
- General Cardiology Training: Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
- Interventional Cardiology Training: Harbor-UCLA/Good Samaritan Hospital
Dr. Chung discovered his career path into medicine while on a medical mission trip during college. He found his calling back then to enter medicine and stepped forward into a career in Cardiology. Dr. Chung has worked in diverse patient populations from Florida to Texas to California. He refined his career to the field of Interventional Cardiology, specializing in treating coronary artery disease, structural valvular heart disease, and peripheral arterial disease.
Dr. Chung has a heart to serve the Koreatown and Downtown Los Angeles communities. He speaks English, Korean, and Spanish. Dr. Chung is excited to work and serve this community and be a part of delivering the best medical care in the area!
Dr. Chung is credentialed with the following local hospitals:
- Good Samaritan Hospital
- Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center
- St Vincent Medical Center
His clinic office is located at 266 S. Harvard Blvd. Suite 340 Los Angeles, CA 90004
Serving the Community
We are a mission-minded practice and values ongoing service to the community.
We are also anchored to the community by working with Global Medical Missions Alliance (GMMA) http://www.gmma7.org.
- Dr. Peter Chung is the lead physician for UCLA GMMA chapter
- He works closely with university students from southern California in mentorship and direct leadership on mission trips.
- Gmma partners with global organizations to teach and care for the well-being of the whole person in mind, body, and spirit.
With the hope of repaying the community with gratitude for the help his family received during his sister's illness, Mason has dreamt of becoming a physician and serving patients in need. He finished pre-medical studies at UC Irvine and UCLA. He hopes to serve every patient as his own family, with smiles and gratitude, to the best of his abilities.
Desiring to care for her aging parents, Gina explored the medical field. While studying at Biola University she developed a heart to love and serve people like Jesus Christ. Her hope is to serve every patient as her own parent, grandparents, or sister and for every patient to leave knowing they are well loved and cared for.