As a primary care doctor, I recognize how uniquely each individual patient experiences life, health, and illness. If I care for two people with diabetes, I recognize that while these patients may share a diagnoses, each will benefit from different treatment plans and care. I believe that we all want to be honored, respected, and understood as individuals, and I strive to bring this individualization and respect to patient care.
My clinical interests include chronic disease management, prenatal care, pediatric care, care of the family unit, primary care mental health, gender affirming and LGBTQ care, primary care for persons with infectious diseases, and medication assisted treatment.
As an Assistant Professor of Clinical Family Medicine and Community Health, I often work with medical students and residents and consider them an integral part of a medical team. You can expect to meet learners when receiving care at my clinic.
Finally, I consider it a duty and privilege to provide primary care to historically marginalized and underserved patients. I hope that patients of all racial and ethnic backgrounds will feel welcomed and respected when receiving care from myself and my colleagues.