When faced with a medical concern, I know that worried parents and the patients themselves do not want to wait for answers, care and relief. I enjoy being able to answer questions, relieve their worry and provide treatment or a plan to help them recover.
Although an urgent care setting is considered “quick care,” I want patients to feel that that they matter and have my time and attention in dealing with their medical concern and needs.
I have dedicated the past 22 years to treating patients in an urgent care setting and enjoy treating patients of all ages, as well as the variety of cases I see daily. No matter a patient’s age or their medical concern, I strive to ensure they all feel relaxed and comfortable in the patient-provider partnership.
- Residency: University of Manitoba (1996)
- Medical/Dental School: University of Manitoba (1994)
- American Board of Family Medicine: Family Medicine (2006)