“I’m an advocate for doctor-patient (parent) partnership in caring for the future generations. My practice provides educational information with every visit in order for patients to make the most knowledgeable and best choices. I listen carefully and honor each child. I recognize individual patient’s needs and tailor my care accordingly with evidence-based medicine. Patients leave with a feeling of receiving concierge treatment after each visit since every child is treated as if my own child. I believe in practicing medicine with a caring attitude, integrity, and honesty. My goal is to help parents raise future generations that are healthy, independent, competent leaders and contribute to the community.”

Board Certification

  • American Board of Pediatrics

Areas of Expertise

  • ADHD
  • Asthma and Allergy
  • Breast Feeding
  • General Pediatrics

Education

Fellowship

University of Texas Medical Branch
Academic Ambulatory Pediatrics
Galveston, Texas
1992

Residency

University of Texas Medical Branch
Pediatrics
Galveston, Texas
1991

Internship

University of Illinois, Chicago
Pediatrics
Chicago, Illinois
1989

Medical School

National Taiwan University School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Taipei City, Taiwan
1987

Hospitals Affiliated With

Methodist Sugar Land Hospital
Texas Children’s Hospital

Professional Associations

American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
Fellow

Chinese American Doctors Association of Houston (CADAH)
Member

Houston County Medical Society (HCMS)
Member
1992 – Present

Texas Medical Association (TMA)
Member
1992 – Present

Academic Appointments

Baylor College of Medicine
Clinical Faculty
Patient, Physician and Society Course
2015 – Present

Personal Interests

Dr. Sung is also passionate about teaching future doctors. She is a Clinical Assistant Adjunct Instructor at Baylor College of Medicine. In her free time, Dr. Sung enjoys cooking different cuisines, spending time with her family members, volunteering at her children’s school, attending medical conferences and teaching prenatal classes at the hospital.

Biography

Dr. Bin Sung is a Board Certified Pediatrician, a diplomat of American Board of Pediatrics. She graduated from the esteemed National Taiwan University School of Medicine in Taipei, Taiwan. She received her Pediatrics internship training at the University of Illinois in Chicago, residency training at University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and subsequently fellowship training in Ambulatory Pediatrics with some teaching experience. This built up her strong academic propensity in practicing.

She is an advocate for doctor-patient (parent) partnership in caring for the future generations. Her practice provides educational information with every visit in order for patients to make the most knowledgeable and best choices. She listens carefully and honors each child. She recognizes individual patient’s needs and tailors her care accordingly with evidence-based medicine. Patients leave with a feeling of receiving concierge treatment after each visit since every child is treated as if her own child. She believes in practicing medicine with a caring attitude, integrity, and honesty. Her goal is to help parents raise future generations that are healthy, independent, competent leaders and contribute to the community.