I was taught by my family that if a job is worth doing, it is worth doing well. I look at medicine as a personal interaction and care compact, and not a business.
I have an interest in other cultures, language, and history. At the same time, I follow my passion for soccer - having played it at a competitive level in Europe.
I am well traveled. I was born in Germany, went through WWII. I lived in England as a teen, then came to the US to attend college and medical school. I served in the US Army during the Vietnam War, and have been a physician in practice in Rochester since 1974.
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