Dr. Sue Inonog takes time with clients to explore concerns and goals in an empathetic, non-judgmental, and compassionate way. She values collaboration in creating healthcare plans that feel attainable and loves celebrating big and small successes. She practices mind-body connection with people she cares for as it impacts their health. Team-based care is extremely important to her, and she values each team member’s perspective and expertise to optimize clients’ health. Dr. Inonog was a Peace Corps volunteer in Bolivia where she served vulnerable populations and learned Spanish. Prior to joining the Harbor Health team, she practiced primary care for 8 years with the Massachusetts General Hospital Chelsea HealthCare Center, a community health center dedicated to caring for the urban underserved.
To Dr. Inonog, food is medicine, both physically and emotionally. Her father was the dean of a culinary school and she grew up learning to eat foods from all across the world. She loves preparing home-cooked meals in her own kitchen and equates it to meditation, finding relaxation and joy in the process. She strives towards finding balance in all she does, remaining optimistic, enjoying time with her husband and daughter, and laughing often.