Dr. Hsieh is the principal of Michiana VIP MD, a concierge medicine direct primary care practice. Since 1989, he has specialized in the primary care of families from newborns to geriatrics.
He teaches at both the Indiana University School of Medicine-South Bend as an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and in Notre Dame’s MBA program as an Adjunct Associate Teaching Professor.
Dr. Hsieh is Vice-Chairman of the Board of Beacon Health System, is on the boards of The Center for Hospice Care, Hospice Foundation, Global Partners in Care, and the Indiana University School of Medicine-SB’s MEF. He serves on an advisory panel for the American Board of Family Medicine and the St. Joseph County Judicial Nominating Committee.
He is the principal of Renasonce Health, a management, research and consulting firm specializing in innovation of health care delivery to companies and individuals.
As President of the South Bend Clinic from 2005-2014, he oversaw its growth to over 120 providers, the construction of multiple new medical complexes including a surgery center, an integrated cancer facility and satellite primary care offices, the implementation of electronic medical records, and the restructuring of care delivery systems. During his tenure, the multi-specialty group expanded its primary care patient base to over 100,000 lives, and awards received included the Chamber of Commerce’s Economic Impact of the Year, and the United Way Company of the Year.
He has been featured in numerous national healthcare publications, has been a regular resource for local television and print media and is the medical editor for various consumer magazines.
He has been married over 30 years to a pediatrician, has 3 sons and 5 physicians in his family. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Illinois Wesleyan University, where he was president of Theta Chi fraternity, his Medical Degree from Southern Illinois University of Medicine, and his Family Medicine residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
His special interests include playing lead guitar in a working rock band of doctors called Vyagra Falls, staffing medical at Notre Dame football games, and staying active in the Catholic Church.