FRONTLINES with Harvard University Health Services’ Director, Dr. Giang Nguyen
In a new FRONTLINES article, Gerri Taylor interviews Dr. Giang Nguyen, an esteemed physician and Director of Harvard University Health Service, who was a young Vietnamese refugee—arriving in the United States with his family a week before the fall of Saigon.
Dr. Nguyen has dedicated his career to serving the health needs of college students, bringing with him keen insight into human development based on his own experiences. How at Harvard, Dr. Nguyen oversees all health services including mental health which has become a priority, particularly as students continue to experience the emotional aftermath of COVID 19. In addition to being health center director Dr. Nguyen is Harvard’s Associate Provost for Campus Health and Wellbeing and a member of the American College Health Association (ACHA) COVID-19 Task Force.