Dr. Antonio Q. Chan, MD, MBA, FASSM, FACC, FAHA, RPSGT

Dr. Antonio Q. Chan, MD, MBA, FASSM, FACC, FAHA, RPSGT

Dr. Antonio Q. Chan, founder of Chanwell Clinic Institute for Heart & Sleep Disorders, was Adjunct Clinical Professor of Medicine (Cardiology) at Stanford University School of Medicine (1993-2012). He specializes in cardiology, sleep medicine, and internal medicine. He is one of the very few physicians in the world with combined certification by the American Board of Medical Specialists & Registered Polysomnographic Technologists in Cardiovascular Medicine, Sleep Medicine and Polysomnographic Technology. Dr. Chan obtained his MBA in Management at the Kellogg School, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.

Dr. Chan taught Stanford medical students doing their ambulatory clerkships at Chanwell Clinic Institute for Heart & Sleep Disorders. He has also taught postdoctoral physicians from China, several of whom have gone on to do their medical residency programs in premier medical centers in the US. Dr. Chan was Co-Principal Clinical Investigator with Stanford cardiologist Dr. Sung Chun of the CAPNAP Trial that launched the world's first ever "remote wireless pacemaker monitoring (Biotronik Pacemaker, Berlin Germany, Lake Oswego, Oregon, USA). From Dr. Chan's and Dr. Chun's seminal works, remote wireless pacemakers have been adopted by leading pacemaker companies such as Medtronic, St Jude Medical and Boston Scientific.

Dr. Chan was Sub-Investigator on several other clinical trials of pharmacotherapies conducted at Stanford University and Chanwell Clinic.

Dr. Chan is a benefactor and mentor to medical students in the establishment of Stanford Pacific Rim Free Clinic, San Jose, California that provides free healthcare to the indigent population of Silicon Valley, California.

Dr. Chan has published and presented 46 scientific papers and abstracts and has lectured throughout the US, Europe, and Asia. He is also a consultant to major pharmaceutical and medical device companies teaching physicians on the new therapies. He has given more than 190 lectures and presentations on the intimate association of sleep disorders to:

Congressional Awards

1994—Certificate of US Congressional Recognition for Outstanding & Invaluable Service to the Community, Presented by Member of US Congress

1994—Certificate of Special US Congressional Invaluable Service to the Community Presented by Congresswoman Anna G. Eshoo, Member of US Congress.

1994—Certificate of Appreciation in Recognition of Devoted Service to Education & to the Community Presented by Congressman Tom Lantos, Member of US Congress

Community Awards

1992—Distinguished Service Award, Northside Community Senior Center, San Jose, California

1994—Commendation for Community Service for Outstanding Service to the Community Presented by the Board of Supervisors

1994—Certificate of Recognition for Outstanding Man in Education Presented by the California State Senate

1994—Certificate of Commendation, Presented by the City of Daly City, San Mateo County

1996—Martin Luther King Award for Community Service & Citizenship, Santa Clara County, California

International Awards

1990—Outstanding Overseas Chinese Physician Award, Bao-an County Hospital, Guangdong Province, China

1997—Siropa Award for Medical Missionary Work, Golden Temple Hospital, Amritzar, Punjab, India

2000—President Citation, Linking US & Philippines in Medicine, Malacanang Presidential Palace, Philippines

ResMed Philips Respironics American Heart Association National Sleep Foundation