Dr. Dennis Ayon
U.S. Department of Health, Indian Health Services
About Dr. Dennis Ayon
Possessing more than 20 years of experience in medicine, Dr. Dennis Ayon currently practices with the United States Department of Health, Indian Health Services. Based out of Honolulu, Hawaii, Dr. Ayon serves at the Mescalero Service Unit. Since joining the organization, he has contributed to his community by serving as a Christmas parade judge for the Mescalero Apache and participating with the Wahiawa Lions Veteran’s Day Parade. Prior to accepting his current role, Dr. Dennis Ayon practiced internal medicine at Island Medical Care, Inc., and at Jack Zhou, MD, Inc.
To prepare for his career, Dr. Ayon earned his medical degree from the University of Michigan Medical School. While a medical student, he received honors in subjects ranging from microbiology and ophthalmology to dermatology and family practice. He started his clinical training with an internship in internal medicine at the University of Hawaii. Returning to the continental United States, Dennis Ayon, MD, completed a year of ophthalmology residency at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center in San Antonio and two more years of internal medicine residency at Santa Barbara Cottage Health System. Subsequently, he became certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He acquired honors such as the Tripler Army Medical Center Service Recognition Award and several American Medical Association Physician’s Recognition Awards.
"Thankfully Dr Dennis Ayon was just down the street from where I live. I thought I was dying. Something was causing my pain. Dr Dennis Ayon still saw me with no appointment, just a walk-in. Dr Dennis Ayon was willing to losten. He had alot of patients, but he still gave me the time. From then on Dr Dennis Ayon was willing to try different medications and treatments. Treatments that got me better. " rm
"Dr. Dennis Ayon saved my life two times! The first time was a Sunday when Dr Dennis Ayon received critical lab results. Dr Dennis Ayon called to inform me that I had lost half my blood and needed to go to the nearest emergency department for a blood transfusion. He went the extra mile and set this up so when I arrived they could start much needed blood transfusion immediately." pc