Liana Leung, MD, MPH
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Liana Leung, MD, MPH, FACP is the Associate Director of the Department of Ambulatory Care and Associate Program Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Queens Hospital Center/Mount Sinai Services. She graduated summa cum laude from Yale College with Distinction in the Biology major, achieved a Master of Public Health from Columbia University, and completed medical school at Cornell University. After completing her residency in internal medicine at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, she remained there as an attending physician at the Workforce Health and Safety/Occupational Health Service and International Health Service. Afterwards, she provided high-quality clinical care with dedication and compassion to culturally and socioeconomically diverse patients at the Queens-Long Island Medical Group in Flushing, Queens. She then became Medical Director of the New York Hospital Queens Ambulatory Care Center where she authored a grant for the 2012-2015 New York State Department of Health Hospital-Medical Home Demonstration Project, resulting in a $900,000 award to implement a Patient-Centered Medical Home in their general medicine faculty teaching practice. In her current roles at Queens Hospital Center, Dr. Leung collaborates with senior hospital leadership to oversee the Department of Ambulatory Care and the Internal Medicine Residency Program. With enthusiasm and diligence, she continues to practice clinical medicine, supervises and teaches medical residents, and improves the operations of the primary care practices with the goals of improving patient care and satisfaction.