Conceived in Vietnam – born in a Refugee camp – came to the US as an infant, Dr. Vu’s erratic beginning was the cultivation to her lifelong passion in helping children.
Dr. Vu graduated as valedictorian from High School and magna cum laude from Wichita State University with a dual degree in Chemistry and Spanish. Following graduation, she spent a year volunteering full time at the Covenant House, a faith based shelter for homeless and runaway children in Atlantic City, NJ. This experience reinforced her passion in helping less fortunate children. Using her gifted talent, she continued her studies at the University of Kansas, School of Medicine. Dr. Vu completed her Family Medicine training at Emory University in Atlanta, GA.
She practices in Atlanta while following her role model, Mother Theresa, in becoming a “mother” to the homeless children in third world countries.