“I aim to provide holistic medical care to all my patients. I believe that treating and preventing illnesses requires looking at the whole person: physically, mentally, spiritually, and as they relate to their community and surroundings. These different aspects of the human experience are intimately connected such that illness in any one area affects the health of the others. I believe that each individual experiences health and illness differently, and I aim to work together with my patients to develop the unique treatment and lifestyle regimen that will work best for them.”

Board Certification

  • Family Medicine

Areas of Expertise

  • Biopsychosocial Medicine
  • LGBTQQI-related Care
  • Pediatric and Adults with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities
  • Pediatric, Teen and Adult Medicine


Internship and Residency

University of Rochester – Highland Hospital
Family Medicine
Rochester, NY
2015 and 2017

Medical School

University of California, San Francisco
Doctor of Medicine
San Francisco, CA

Undergraduate School

University of California, Berkeley
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Biology
Berkeley, CA

Professional Associations

American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)
2015 – Present

New York State Academy of Family Physicians (NYSAFP)
2015 – 2017


“Leucine-tRNA initiates at CUG start codons for protein synthesis and presentation by MHC class I” Science, (2012)

“A distinct translation initiation mechanism generates cryptic peptides for immune surveillance” PLoS One, (2008)

Personal Interests

Vivian was born in Michigan, grew up in California, then lived in Rochester, NY for while before moving to Virginia. She thoroughly enjoys learning about different people, how they view the world and live their lives. She enjoys traveling for cultural immersion more so than sightseeing. On a day-to-day basis, Vivian spends her free time outdoors as much as possible: hiking, biking, and playing sports such as pickup ultimate frisbee and tennis. She currently lives with her partner, Devin, and their many potted plants. They are looking forward to adopting their first dog soon.


Dr. Vivian Jiang graduated from UCSF School of Medicine in 2014 and completed her residency in Family Medicine at the University of Rochester in New York with an area of concentration in Political Advocacy and Leadership. In medical school, Vivian focused her time on intimate partner violence screening and intervention and explored K12 school-based care. In residency, Vivian received extensive training in the biopsychosocial model of medicine including primary care counseling, conducting family meetings for the management of chronic conditions, and leading diabetic and prenatal group visits.