Dr. Lynne Hung grew up in Thousand Oaks, CA. She received her Bachelor’s
degree, Master’s degree, and Doctorate of Medicine from the University
Of Southern California (USC). She completed her internal medicine residency
at Loma Linda University Medical Center, cardiovascular fellowship at
Los Angeles County- USC medical center, and a clinical cardiac electrophysiology
fellowship at Harbor-UCLA/ Good Samaritan Hospital. Prior to joining Mission
Internal Medical Group, Dr. Hung was a full-time senior faculty at Scott
& White Memorial Hospital/ Texas A&M University Medical Center.
She served as Associate Director of the Cardiac Electrophysiology Fellowship
program. She has trained fellows that have become successful cardiac electrophysiologist
in both academic and private practice sectors.
Dr. Hung has co-authored several book chapters and peer reviewed articles
in cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology. As a subspecialty-trained
cardiac electrophysiologist, Dr. Hung is skilled in complex ablations
and device implantations. She is familiar with the latest advancements
in cardiac electrophysiology. Her special interest is atrial tachycardia
ablation. She is also a principle investigator on several research projects.
Dr. Hung believes in delivering the best comprehensive and compassionate
care to her patients. She spends time in explaining complex arrhythmias
in simple terms to patients and helps them understand the best treatment
options. She is always accessible to her patients and developing a trusting
relationship with patients is most important to her.
She is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, nuclear
cardiology, and cardiac electrophysiology.
In her spare time, Dr. Hung enjoys spending time with her family, traveling,
reading, & playing golf.