Dr. Do is the director and founder of the World Health Ambassador (WHA), a volunteer, non-profit international medical relief group established in 2005. Under his leadership, the program has grown to over 730 members across the United States and several foreign countries and has established active local chapters in Canada and Vietnam. The program’s vision is to provide care to underserved populations and to create an environment in which sustainable care delivery can occur. Dr. Do has led medical and dental missions to Mississippi to help with Katrina recovery efforts, Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Myanmar, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
In the private sector, Dr. Do is a practicing cardiologist and the director of the American Executive Health System, a multi-specialty medical group in Virginia. He is a current board member for the INOVA Signature Partner Account Care Organization, one of the largest ACO in the Northern Virginia area. Dr. Do had served in the U.S. Army with the rank of major. While in U.S. Army, he served multiple leadership roles at the Malcolm Grow Medical Center as director of the Coronary Care Unit, director of the Non-invasive Labs, and later as the director for the Pacemaker Implantation Services. He had also served as the vice-president of the Vietnamese American Medical Association. Dr. Do graduated with honor with a degree in chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley.