I believe in trust-based patient engagement, clear, compassionate communication and a team-first approach to care. When my younger brother was diagnosed with autism, I realized how someone’s life could quickly change with a new health diagnosis. It helped me form the belief that during a difficult time, what matters most is how you respond.
When people need medical care, access to resources is vital to their quality of life and happiness. Being a provider and a resource gives me the opportunity to ask patients what matters most and help them accomplish their goals.
During my free time, I enjoy reading, listening to music (rock, country, pop), hiking with the company of my loved ones, and appreciating the beauties that surround us.