I believe good medical care begins with trust between the provider and the patient. I want to listen to each patient and learn more about them so we can work together to achieve their health goals. I also strongly believe in the impact good nutrition and exercise can have on the body, and I want to encourage everyone to be the healthiest version of themselves possible.
The reason I love family medicine so much is the diversity in patient population and the amount of time allowed with each patient. It’s great to be able to see such a wide range of ages and have the opportunity to treat and learn more about individuals in a one-on-one setting.
I was drawn to become a primary care physician assistant because of my desire to build relationships with patients and work alongside them to help them live healthy lives. I also have a passion for preventative medicine which I believe is best practiced in a family medicine setting.
- Post Graduate School: Union College (2019)
- National Commission on Certification of PA (2019)