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Dai Hyun Chung, MD


Professor and Chair of Pediatric Surgery

4.4 4.4 55 ratings

Insurance plans accepted

Insurance plans accepted

Areas of Expertise

Congenital Lung Diseases
Minimally Invasive Surgery
Pediatric Oncology
Pediatric Surgery
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MD - University of Texas at Galveston, 1988


2200 Children's Way
7100 Doctor's Office Tower
Nashville, TN 37232

Patient Comments

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Wonderful man.
Patient | October 9, 2017

He didn't talk much; seemed uninterested, but got the job done.
Patient | September 8, 2017

Very pleased with Dr. Chung.
Patient | May 10, 2017

He just didn't seem to have time for my son's problem. He came across like we were wasting his time.
Patient | April 4, 2017

My daughter had a red and swollen bump under her eye. The provider walk into the room saw the bump. Said it need surgery walk out. No explanation no medicine nothing.
Patient | March 13, 2017

He didn't smile and seemed rushed. However he explained everything and we left feeling content and satisfied with everything. He really put us at ease.
Patient | February 6, 2017

Dr. Chung always provides great care to our baby. The surgery he performed changed her life, and he continues to provide excellent follow-up care.
Patient | January 5, 2017

Dr. Chung was rude, seemed rushed, never once spoke to my child & treated me like an idiot despite knowing I am a trauma nurse I have never been treated so horribly by a doctor for my child.
Patient | December 15, 2016

Dr. Chung is amazing! He was my 3 yr. old's surgeon & I wanted to be sure he was my baby's surgeon also. I think its wonderful that he asks me what I feel comfortable with instead of just telling me what he's planning on doing.
Patient | December 10, 2016

Dr. Chung is wonderful takes his time with our daughter & truly cares about her condition. Works hard to find answers to our daughter's condition.
Patient | September 22, 2016