Monica Chaung

Monica Chaung, MD

Family Medicine
Languages: English, Thai
287 Ratings, 109 Reviews


  • Family Medicine


  • Residency

    HonorHealth Scottsdale Family Medicine Residency
  • Education

    University of Arizona College of Medicine
  • Board Certifications

    American Board of Family Medicine


Dr. Monica Chaung specializes in family medicine with a special interest in geriatric medicine. She offers various services such as outpatient geriatric consultations.

Outside of Medicine, Dr. Chaung loves to bake and discover new recipes. She also enjoys being outside and hiking in nature, finding balance through yoga and spending time with her family. She is originally from Phoenix, Arizona.

Clinical Interests

  • Geriatric medicine

Care philosophy

Through knowledge and compassion, I want to empower my patients to make choices that lead them to a healthy life. My approach is centered on care of the whole person, considering all aspects that support our health and well-being.


  • Baking
  • Discovering new recipes
  • Enjoy being outside
  • Hiking in nature
  • Finding balance through yoga
  • Spending time with family

Ratings & Reviews

4.9 out of 5
Patient Rating - 287 Ratings
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109 Reviews

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