Dr. Ching Voss MD, holistic integrative physician Wash DC

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Ching Voss, MD, on Monday, November 2, 2020. Her passing from cancer has deeply affected all of us.

As both her colleagues and patients can attest, Dr. Voss was a caring and deeply devoted physician and a valued member of the NIHA medical team. Dr. Voss was dedicated to bringing the best of Western Medicine and Eastern Medicine together and her contributions to integrative cancer care will be greatly missed.

 

In loving memory of Dr. Voss, kind words from her patients:

“Your compassion, love and care made my days of treatment so much lighter. And, along with your expertise I received the gift of a second chance at life. I am forever grateful, and I have held you in my heart ever since. You are a treasured part of my life and I’ll never forget you!
I am praying for comfort and peace - and I love you very much! May Jesus and His love give you great comfort at this time! God bless my dear Dr Voss! Thank you for loving me!” V.R.

 

“You were the only doctor that looked after my best interests and I thank you from the bottom of my heart. Many, many thanks for all of your kindness.” G.L.

 

“Dr. Voss is compassionate, meticulous, and leaves no stone unturned in discovering root cause of my cancer and helping me address those issues. Her knowledge and professionalism, combined with her empathy and care, have made my success possible.” V.R.G.

 

"I hope you remember me & my family; we are all deeply saddened by your message & the passing of Dr. Voss and send our deepest condolences to her family and colleagues at NIHA.As you may recall Dr. Voss became a beacon of hope and inspiration for our family during a very difficult time just over one year ago. We shall always be indebted to her care, dedication and compassion and the world will surely miss her unique skills and professionalism. May God bless her and all the "family" at NIHA."  M.B. and family

 

"Dr. Voss thought to run genetic tests that other doctors had not, and in doing so found the (easily treatable with vitamins) root cause of my son's sudden behavioral change. At a time that felt scary, and when my concerns had not been taken seriously by another doctor, Dr. Voss provided a calm and thoroughly competent and confident presence. She healed my son and he has been completely healthy and has had no other issues since her care. I could not have better things to say about any doctor." K.R.

 

"I'm so sorry to hear the sad news about Dr. Voss. I know you all are heartbroken.You have my deepest sympathy and condolences.I will always remember her for her dedication and care for her patients. I will always think of her with admiration and love." Sincerely,  Lotsa

 

"In fond remembrance of a gentle spirit who passed this way briefly and was gone too soon. May her memory always be a blessing." Dr. Dawn Cannon
 
 
"Dr. Voss showed deep concern and caring when I had bells palsy, and I was not even her patient. She gave me good advice and it was very helpful to my recovery. " L.W.
 
"I am lighting a candle for Dr. Voss as I just heard the sad news of her passing.  It is symbolic because Dr. Voss was the light at the end of a very dark tunnel for me and I'm sure many of her patients as well.  I hope her family knows how much Dr. Voss has helped her patients and how she is held in such high regard and appreciation and love." P.W.
 
 
"It is with sadness that I give tribute to this soft spoken specialist at NIHA. Dr. Voss joined the ranks of NIHA practitioners after the closing of Capitol University of Integrative Medicine. Her personality was aligned with a way of facing life that I've clearly seen in some others who were born and nourished within the tumultuous Chinese years of Mao. NIHA patients and staff can draw upon her legacy of commitment to integrative health. " Ralph Wilson, ND

 
"So sorry for your loss." S.K.C.
 
 
"I’m so sorry to know of Doctor Voss’ passing." K.N.
 
 
"Dear NIHA team,
 
My sincere condolences to her family and your team. I had a very informative visit with her and she was very knowledgeable about combining Eastern and Western medicine for optimal health. I hope she rests in peace.This is tough to process especially in the middle of this pandemic because she appeared quite healthy." Regards,  Ufy
 

"We are encouraged, and are delighting rather to be away from home out of the body AND to be at home with the Lord." 2 Cor. 5:1-8  L.A.C.

 
"Shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of Dr. Ching Voss. I will be eternally grateful to her for having the courage to think outside the box.
Rest In Peace, Dear One.
You will be missed." C.T.
 

"I am deeply sorry to learn about the passing of Dr. Ching Voss.  She was very caring and gave me hope for my condition.  My heart and prayers go out to her family and friends." S. J.

 

"I first came to see Dr. Voss after my cancer diagnosis and a year of difficult chemotherapy. I had been told that my cancer was incurable and that half of patients with it die within five years. I wanted to find a way to ease my chemo side effects which had drained me and to rebuild my body in a natural and holistic way. There was no better medical partner for this task than Dr. Voss. She carefully examined me and provided a course of supplements and treatments to detox and strengthen my body. I had total faith and confidence in her and soon started to feel better and stronger. This was all the result of Dr. Voss. She did quite a bit of research on my cancer and its possible causes which led me to learn about the genetics of my cancer.

It has now been six years and I am alive and in remission. I owe it in no small part to Dr. Voss. I will always be deeply grateful to her and will cherish her memory. We have lost a great and talented physician. Thank you." R.S.

 

Ching Y. Voss, MD (1961-2020)

Dr. Voss was devoted and dedicated to bring the best of Western Medicine and Eastern Medicine together. She obtained her medical education and clinical work experience in both China and the United States. She completed her residency and fellowship training at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She was a recipient of Intramural Research Training Awards from the Clinical Center, National Institutes of Health (NIH). She had over 30 years combined experience as an internist, medical researcher, pathologist and transfusion medicine specialist. She worked together with internationally renowned physicians and scientists, and had published many articles regarding innovative therapies for cancers and autoimmune diseases. From her personal experience in overcoming prediabetes and depression, and a caring heart, she devoted her efforts to her integrative medical practice for the benefit of more people in our community.

 

The physicians at National Integrated Health Associates will continue to honor Dr. Voss’s memory by continuing to serve her patients in a professional and caring manner.  If you have any questions about your treatment or making an appointment with another member of our team, please contact Teresa Gallagher at 202-237-7000, ext. 123.