I am a native of the Pacific Northwest, having been raised in a Seattle suburb. I attended Stanford University for my undergraduate education but returned to Seattle to complete medical school at the University of Washington. I completed my family medicine residency training in Southern California at Glendale Adventist Medical Center serving as chief resident during my final year.
My practice includes outpatient clinic work at Family Health Associates and inpatient hospital work. I care for patients of all ages from birth to death, and feel fortunate to be able to support patients through various stages of life. I try to guide my patients through the complex healthcare decisions that they will face, providing them with the information and framework needed to make the right choices for themselves.