About Phoebe


A traveler. A hugger. A laugher.
Less a giggler.
A 5-foot-5 mound of poofy black hair. 

  An owner of a canine,
But a minion to her cat.

A dreamer at night
but a doctor by day.

  An admirer of knowledge
but still sort of the pessimist.
A gazer of the stars.
A sucker for nostalgia.
A sniffle. A smile.
A girl.


A few more tidbits…

Phoebe Chi, MD, MPH is an internal medicine and public health physician and author whose humanitarian efforts have spanned from the regions of Central America to that of sub-Saharan Africa. She attended college at the University of Texas and subsequently received her medical training at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and her public health and global health degrees from the University of North Texas Health Science Center.

With a focus on health promotion and disease prevention and management, Dr. Chi has developed comprehensive chronic disease management programs aimed at improving the quality of life and well-being of those living with heart and related chronic conditions. She is the author of Being Empowered for a Healthy Heart: A personal guide to taking control of your health while living with chronic conditionsa poetry-infused health guide that has been dubbed the “Chicken Soup for the Body and Soul.”


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  1. I’m glad to have been introduced to your blog and look forward to following you. Our daughter graduated from UNT, like you did, and is a molecular biologist/geneticist in Houston. And she has dogs – 3 now between her and her husband. 🙂 I just noticed those similarities right away between you and my daughter. Your blog looks very interesting and beautiful!


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