I chose medicine because I wanted to help people; I enjoy being a physician and an integral part of people’s lives when they are ill. I’m dedicated to getting to the bottom of a patient’s situation and getting the answers and treatment they need to get better.
First impressions are very important to me since virtually all my patients meet me for the first time in the hospital. Because of this, I sit and actively listen and engage with my patients and their families. They soon know I’m there for them and I treat them like my family.
I work extremely hard to get great outcomes for my patients and this is achieved through my dedication to medicine and my patients. I graduated cum laude from medical school, was a chief resident and have been fortunate to have some of the best training in the country.
I also utilize the comprehensive team at Blessing, the advanced technology and continue my education to ensure I know the latest guidelines in medicine today. This helps ensure I deliver the best medical care possible to my patients. I live by a simple philosophy and one my father shared with me: people don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care. I live this philosophy every day.