MEET OUR EXPERTS
XUAN HUANG, MD, PhD
Dr. Huang deeply understand the needs of local community and that of the people lives in the community. She has established the Geauga Seidman Cancer Center Patient Support Fund aiming to support patient who is in need to get through the journal of cancer treatment. To date, many patients who comes to Geauga Medical Center for care has benefit tremendously from this fund. Dr. Huang is a recipient of Patients’ Choice Award by Vitals.com. Patients' Choice recognition reflects the difference a particular physician has made in the lives of his/her patients. The honor is bestowed to physicians who have received near perfect scores, as voted by patients. Dr. Huang is also a recipient of “American Best Physician” award and “Top Oncologist” in 2020.
Dr. Huang aims to integrate the very latest in state-of-the-art technology and her passion and knowledge in Aesthetic Medicine with her personal touch to ensure that each patient receives an individualized, specially tailored treatment plan. Huang Aesthetics Health, Beauty and Wellness Center at Geauga and Cuyahoga County offers an extensive list of services for both men and women who may be battling unsightly acne, body hair, struggling with weight gain and sleep disturbance, or those simply wishing to preserve natural beauty and slow the signs of aging without having to undergo plastic surgery. We offer free consultation when personalized plan is made, followed by comprehensive, non-surgical aesthetic treatments, and coaching on various topics of wellness concerns. Dr. Huang and her staff believes in a comprehensive approach to beauty and wellness, and all services are performed with an attention to detail.
TAMMY WHETSEL, MSN, APRN, A-GNP-C
Tammy attained her Bachelor's Degree in Nursing from Chamberlain College, and received her Master’s Degree in Nursing from Ursuline College. Tammy also earned a Patient Navigation Certification from the Harold P. Freeman Patient Navigation Institute. She was awarded the 2015 RN Clinical Excellence Award by University Hospitals, and was Nurse of the Year in 2017. Tammy and her work also have been recognized in various publications, including a News Herald article titled “Survivor now assists those battling disease”, and a feature piece in Mimi Vanderhaven titled “Survivor!”