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Practice Description
          

Dr. Xuxia Wu is a primary care doctor (PCP) with extensive experience in clinical practice and medical research. Her office is located in the Skyview Wellness Center in Flushing, NY, with on-site parking available. Dr. Wu treats patients of various conditions, including common acute or chronic illnesses, allergies, pain, hypertension, vaginal and urinary tract infections, hearing problems, disease screening and preventive medicine.  

Dr. Wu's office offers general physical exams, employment medical exams, well woman care including pap smears, vaccinations, suture removal and earwax removal. Dr. Wu is a USCIS-approved doctor who provides green card and immigration medical exams (USCIS form I-693). On-site laboratory is available for blood/urine/pregnancy test, TB test, strep throat test, stool test, EKG, pulmonary function test, hearing/vision test, allergy test, ultrasound exam, etc.

Dr. Wu accepts most insurances and charges a reasonable fee for self-pay patients. Her office is open on both Saturdays and Sundays. She is accepting new patients. Appointment is encouraged, but walk-ins will be accepted. If your insurance requires PCP selection, please select Dr. Wu as your family doctor by either calling your insurance or changing online.

Education & Training
 
Specialty
  • Internal Medicine

  • Primary Care Physician

Education
  • Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center, Residency in Internal Medicine

  • University of Alabama at Birmingham, Postdoctoral Fellowship in Diabetes and Obesity Research

  • Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, PhD in Reproductive Endocrinology

  • Medical School - Zhongshan School of Medicine, Sun Yat-Sen University, Bachelor of Medicine

Hospital Affiliations
  • Forest Hills Hospital

  • NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens

Board Certifications
  • American Board of Internal Medicine

Awards and Publications
  • Genes and biochemical pathways in human skeletal muscle affecting resting energy expenditure and fuel partitioning. Wu X, Patki A, Lara-Castro C, etc. J Appl Physiol (1985). 2011 Mar;110(3):746-55.

  • Beginning Scientist Grant-in-aid, American Heart Association Southeast Affiliate, 2008-2010

  • New Investigator Award, UAB Clinical Nutrition Research Center, 2008-2009

  • Research Award in Obesity&Diabetes Research, UAB Clinical Nutrition Research Center, 2008-2009