Dar Gordon Tang: A Medical Professional Established by Experience
Dr Gordon Tang is a neurosurgeon who has been in the medical field for more than fifteen years. He spent twelve of these years at his current location in Berkeley, California. Tang is a Board Certified Member of the American Board of Neurological Surgery. His practice is affiliated with Sutter Medical Center at both the Berkeley and Oakland campuses.
Education and Medical Training
Dr Tang went to University of Southern California School of Medicine for his medical training. He graduated in 1993. He took part in the Medicare Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) Incentive Program, a reporting program which encourages group practices and individual eligible professionals to report information on the quality of care to Medicare. He also participated in the Medicare Electronic Health Record Incentive Program which offers incentive payments to eligible professionals and hospitals by adopting, implementing, upgrading or meaningfully using certified electronic health record technology. Such programs are made to support today’s providers in this age of health-information-technology transition and introduce the use of such technology to help the country improve safety, quality and efficiency of patient health care.
Achievements and Awards
Dr Gordon Tang completed neurosurgery at Harvard/Massachusetts General Hospital and Emory University in Atlanta. He has authored more than a hundred publications and presentations. He has gotten more than twenty awards and grants that include the American Association of Neurological Surgeons Mayfield Award for Spine research, the Council of Neurosurgical Societies Award and the Galbraith Award for Cerebrovascular research.
A doctor who is affiliated with a hospital can practice and admit patients there. Dr Tang is affiliated with several hospitals in Berkeley area and more. These hospitals include Alta Bates Summit Medical Center in Alta Bates Campus, Eden Medical Center and Alta Bates Summit Medical Center in Summit Campus.