Having completed residencies in both ophthalmology and internal medicine, Dr. Dennis Ayon currently works at the Mescalero Hospital and Clinic, which is part of the United States Department of Health’s Indian Health Service. A graduate of the University of Michigan Medical School, Dr. Dennis Ayon earned honors in a variety of subject areas and was named one of the University’s Merit Scholars.
Dennis Ayon, MD’s research projects include A Novel Index of Coronary Flow Reserve, which was funded by an American Heart Association Research Grant, and Cloning the Retinitis Pigmentosa Gene, which was supported by the National Institutes of Health. He co-authored a peer-reviewed manuscript on tachycardia and coronary flow reserve that was published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
Before taking on his duties at Mescalero, Dennis Ayon, MD, worked as an internist at the private practices of Island Medical Care, Inc., and Jack Zhou, MD, Inc. He enjoys cooking, gardening, and archery in his spare time.
Participation in humanitarian events such as Project Vision Outreach to the homeless, Honolulu Charity Walk and sponsorship of Wahiawa Lions, “Good Health Scholarship” essay competition.