Dr. Raymond Tu in the Community

Posted on: 09/30/2016

Dr. Tu was invited to participate at The George University School of Medicine and Health Sciences commencement as faculty seen here hooding medical students now Doctors of Medicine.

Seen here is Dr. Ryan Whittling who will beginning his radiology residency at Walter Reed National Medical Center.

Dr. Tu, Chief of Staff at United Medical Center and Chair of Radiology spoke at East Washington Heights Baptist Church is joined by church members, hospital physicians and staff for a morning discussion of wellness, health, and domestic violence. October is Breast Cancer and Domesteic Violence awareness month.


Dr. Tu, Chief of Staff at United Medical Center, receives the DC City Council Resolution for excellence toward patient care and stewardship for all residents of the District of Columbia at the September Quarterly Staff Meeting voted unanimously and presented to Dr. Tu by Councilwoman Yvette Alexander, Chairperson of the Committee on Health.

Dr. Tu was elected Secretary and AMA Alternate Delegate for the Medical Society of the District of Columbia Annual Meeting here pictured with United Medical Center physicians and executive team where Dr. Tu also serves as Chief of Staff.


Dr. Tu returned as invited speaker at the 4th Annual Bustier Brunch at St. Francis Hall on the grounds of the Franciscan Monastery in Washington, DC near The Catholic University of America.!/2/ST._FRANCIS_HALL/60. The Natalie Williams Breast Care Foundation is the leading voice in the promotion of breast care awareness among women of color, breast cancer disease and early detection, and the overall promotion of healthy breast care in the African American, Latina, Hispanic, Asian, African, and Caribbean communities.


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