My goal is build strong relationships with my patients and their families, as well as their communities so that we can work together with the goal of sustaining health and happiness lifelong.
Yoga, camping, time with loved ones
I attended College of Charleston in SC for my undergraduate where I completed my degree in Molecular Biology and was involved in research of how cancer stops the immune system from knowing that it is there. I then went on to complete my Medical Doctorate with the Medical University of South Carolina- the oldest medical school in the South. I moved up North for family and completed my residency in Family Medicine at the University of Rochester.
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Medina, NY 14103
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Batavia, NY 14020
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