About Dr. Thanh Tuan Le
Graduated from Pham Ngoc Thach Medical University in 2016, Dr. Le Thanh Tuan decided to work at the Tumor Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City. During his 7 years of work there, he continuously learned and improved his knowledge from experienced mentors and colleagues in order to fulfill his duties and enhance his skills every day.
In 2021, Dr. Le Thanh Tuan received the certificate of chief surgeon from the Tumor Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City. In 2022, he obtained a specialization degree in medicine and a certificate in subcutaneous injection placement under ultrasound guidance from the same hospital.
Currently, Dr. Tuan performs surgeries for thyroid cancer, salivary gland tumors, tongue disorders, larynx disorders, head-neck diseases, and reconstructive surgeries for skin defects after cancer treatment.
When discussing his career path and various choices, Dr. Tuan shared, “I have dreamt of being a doctor since I was young. Losing a cousin to cancer within my family further motivated me to pursue a medical career to help and save the lives of many unfortunate patients like my cousin. Especially during the years after graduating, when I first entered the profession and was not yet a treating physician, I felt the gratitude and trust from patients towards the medical team and doctors. The grateful looks and trust of the patients are the driving force for me to always strive, learn, and be confident and proud of the profession I have chosen.”
Regarding the new working environment at Tam Anh General Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, Dr. Le Thanh Tuan stated that Tam Anh Hospital has modern facilities, advanced medical equipment, and an experienced team of doctors. It will undoubtedly be a good environment for doctors to fully utilize their abilities in treating and saving lives, as well as a place for further professional development. “The medical profession not only requires ‘COMPASSION’ but also requires specialized knowledge and high-level skills in order to be able to help many patients, especially those with difficult cases,” Dr. Tuan remarked.