We in medicine all enjoy the sciences and helping people. When I practice medicine, I do my best to try to put myself in my patients' shoes. It oftentimes provides a much better understanding of their situation and seems to equate to better healthcare. I'm also a huge fan of quality communication, so I strive to have a direct, yet professional and compassionate, approach to communication with patients. Medicine is also absolutely a "team sport". I do my best to make sure my coworkers know how valuable they are to helping me execute my job duties day in and day out.
My interest in medicine started as a child. My mother has been an RN for years and I used to enjoy looking at her anatomy/nursing school books and texts. The interest in medicine just stuck since then.
Spending time with my family/friends, sports, fitness, trying new foods, the outdoors, traveling, learning new skills/things
Born and raised in Rochester, NY. Graduate of Penfield High School class of 2002; SUNY Geneseo class of 2006, Daemen College PA school class of 2009. Started my PA career working in the ICU, then in geriatrics/SNF setting, and have been at Bay Creek Internal Medicine since the beginning of 2014.
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