Being an intensivist requires critical thinking, procedural skills and actively engaging with patients and families in their time of need. I strive to provide an excellent level of care to my patients by using guidelines and evidence-based medicine and help guide families as they navigate this difficult situation.
I began working in the hospital setting as a teenager and held a variety of positions. Eventually, I became an emergency room/intensive care unit nurse. After a number of years, I had a desire to expand my knowledge and skillset, so I pursued a degree in medicine. Having experience at each level of care has allowed me to be a more well-rounded clinician that can better meet the needs of my patients.
Medical University of South Carolina (2020)
Medical University of South Carolina (2019)
Leonard J. Chabert Medical Center (2017)
Ross University School of Medicine (2014)
Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine (2017)
Nephrology, American Board of Internal Medicine (2019)
American Board of Internal Medicine (2020)