Meet Dr. Bao Huynh

Dr. Bao Huynh founded AKCCF in 2010. Growing up in Minnesota, Dr. Huynh started his college education at the University of Minnesota - College of Liberal Arts, Honor's Division. Coming from a family of pharmacists, it was natural that he followed in the footsteps of his father and older sister, earning a Bachelor of Science and later a Doctor of Pharmacy at the University of Minnesota, where he was elected to the prestigious Rho Chi pharmacy honor society and graduated at the top of his class with the highest honor, Summa Cum Laude.


Dr. Huynh practiced as a clinical pharmacist at Methodist Hospital for a year before returning back to medical school. He received his Medical Doctor from the University of North Dakota, graduating with the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor. He was selected into a highly competitive postgraduate training program in Internal Medicine at the eminent world-renowned Washington University in St Louis, where he carried out clinical research in heart failure and published in peer-reviewed medical journals. His appeal for physiology and the management of complex patients led him pursue a nephrology fellowship at the highly respected University of Florida, where he was selected to serve as Chief Fellow.


With his interest in academics, Dr. Huynh serves a mentor, preceptor, and clinical role model for medical students as an affiliated/volunteer faculty Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. He is also chairman of the Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee at Heart of Florida Hospital. At South Lake Hospital, he serves on the Critical Care Committee.

Meet Dr. Usman Lone

Dr. Usman Lone joined AKCCF in 2013. Dr. Lone and his family grew up in Pittsburgh,

PA. Taking advantage of the land of opportunities, Dr. Lone earned a B.S. in Neuroscience from the University of Pittsburgh. He then went on to earn his MD from Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA, where he stayed and completed his postgraduate internship and residency training in Internal Medicine. Being intrigued and fascinated by the human physiology, Dr. Lone chose to specialize in nephrology and continued further training at the prestigious Ivy League Brown University School of Medicine in Providence, RI.


Dr. Lone demonstrates the perfect balance between clinical excellence and compassionate, humanistic care. He joined the Pittsburgh Health Corps, a program of the National Health Corps AmeriCorps program, where he was committed to decreasing the disparities in local healthcare delivery systems and collaborated with a broad range of sites to ensure members are exposed to diverse opportunities in public health. Sites typically include homeless clinics, schools, health centers, and inter-generational community programs.


Dr. Lone is a designated Specialist in Clinical Hypertension by the American Society of Hypertension, a designation to recognize physicians with expert skills and knowledge in the management of clinical hypertension and related disorders.