Khai S Chang, MD
|Monday||8:15 am - 7:45 pm|
|Wednesday||8:15 am - 7:45 pm|
|Saturday||8:00 am - 5:00 pm|
Mount Dora Office (441)
|Tuesday||8:15 am - 6:00 pm|
|Thursday||8:15 am - 11:00 am|
|Thursday||1:30 pm - 8:00 pm|
Lake Sumter Landing Office
|Friday||8:15 am - 8:00 pm|
About the Doctor
Specialty: Internal Medicine
Medical School: Armed Forces Medical College
Internship: B. Y. L. Nair Medical College
Post Graduate Training: Orthopedics
King George Hospital, Essex,
South Cleveland Hospital,
King George Hospital,
Essex, United Kingdom.
Residency: Internal Medicine
Easton, PA, USA
- Founder of Lakeview Internal Medicine
- CEO at Lakeview Internal Medicine
- Primary Care Physician at Lakeview Internal Medicine
Board Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine
Languages spoken: English and Hindi
- “Reversible bulbar Palsy & Intractable hyperemesis: two unusual gastro-intestinal manifestations of thyrotoxicosis” – American College of Physicians.
- “Experience with Abciximab on Re-administration” – Journal of American College of Cardiology & American College of Physicians.
- “Epidemiology & clinical data of Myelodysplastic syndrome in a community hospital” – American College of Physicians.
- “For Scholarship and clinical research with distinction” – The John H.Updegrove Prize for Clinical Vignette Paper Competition, Easton Hospital, PA – May, 1997.
- “For excellence in oral and clinical presentation” – The John H. Updegrove MD Research Prize, Easton Hospital, PA – June, 1997.
- “For Scholarship and clinical research with distinction” – The John H. Updegrove Prize for Clinical Vignette Paper Competition, Easton Hospital, PA – May, 1998 (two consecutive years).
Dr. Chang graduated from one of the top 3 medical schools in his country. He is anexcellent chess player ranked no. 2 in the state and nationally no. 22 at the young age of 10. His guilty pleasure is working, working and working. Dr. Chang enjoys any restaurant that serves Chinese and Indian cuisine. As far as sports, he enjoys watching soccer and cricket. If he had not chosen to be a doctor, then he would have been an engineer. Coming from a family full of doctors, he derives extreme satisfaction in practicing the ancient art of healing.