Board Certification

  • Family Medicine

Areas of Expertise

  • Primary care for variant population, from newborns to seniors
  • Health promotion and disease prevention
  • Acute and chronic disease management
  • Trauma and urgent care



McAllen Family Medicine Residency,
The University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley
McAllen, TX

Beijing Hospital
Internal Medicine


McAllen Family Medicine Residency – The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
McAllen, TX

Medical School

Peking University Health Science Center (Beijing Medical University)

Hospitals Affiliated With

Cleveland Emergency Hospital
Cuero Regional Hospital
El Campo Memorial Hospital
Columbus Community Hospital
Jackson County Hospital District
Refugio County Memorial Hospital
Corpus Christi Medical Center

Professional Associations

American Academy of Family Physician

Texas Academy of Family Physician

Fort Bend County Academy of Family Physician

Texas Medical Association

Harris County Medical Society

Houston Academy of Medicine


Afzal Z., Kallumadanda S., Wang F., Arya R., Musher D. Acute febrile illness, sometimes with serious complications, due to murine typhus. Emerging Infectious Diseases 2017 Aug; 23(8): 1268–1273.

Austin C., Wang F., Lamas A., Afzal Z., Hernandez A., Rodriguez J. Diabetic care improvement initiative through the learning/teaching of quality improvement methods. Poster presentation at STFM( The Society of Teachers of Family Medicine) Annual Spring Conference, 50th anniversary conference, San Diego, May 5-9, 2017 and Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine Education Conclave, Fort Worth, May 22-23, 2017.

Personal Interests

Outside of the office, Dr. Wang enjoys community service and fitness sports.


When Dr. Wang was little, he wanted to become an electrical engineer like his father. However, his father suffered from a stroke right before he entered college, which changed his mind to study medicine. He worked a few years in internal medicine at Beijing Hospital after he completed medical training in one of the top medical schools in China. After he came to the United States, he worked for a few large research institutes. Dr. Wang completed residency training again and decided to work as an emergency room physician to treat patients who had life-threatening conditions and perform resuscitations. It required him to maintain an extremely broad range of clinical skills/knowledge and work in stressful environments however, it also came with the reward of saving lives.

Unfortunately in the ER, there is not much Dr. Wang can do to help patients who suffer from a life-threatening disease, such as a stroke. Because of this, he started to become more interested in preventative medicine and thought, “why not take good care of hypertension and diabetes to prevent a stroke from happening?”. As a family medicine trained physician, he has observed how good primary care can help reduce unnecessary emergency room visits, which has also become a huge cost burden on patients. Hence, he decided to set up his own primary care clinic and work part-time a few days a week to serve his local community. He knows he will have to sacrifice his family time during the weekend and likely have a lower income, but his goal is to help patients live a healthier, happier life and avoid his father’s misfortune.

Dr. Wang cares and listens to his patients, treats them as his family members, and strives to give patients the best care they deserve.