I think the patient provider relationship is a key component to good health care. It is important to me to not only understand my patient’s symptoms but understand my patient as a whole (both as a person and medically) to be able to provide the best care. I work hard to create an open and inviting environment that allows people to be comfortable, and feel able to share all aspects of the medical needs.
I am originally from Highlands Ranch, but I currently live in Denver with my new husband, Jeremy. I love anything in the mountains — skiing and hiking are my favorite activities, but I love doing anything active. I enjoy watching football and playing soccer. I’m interested in traveling to third world countries and medical missions. I have volunteered for an organization called Young Life and mentored high school girls. I also volunteered at a local health clinic in Tanzania for six months.
Qualifications and experience
- Family Medicine, Endocrinology, Pediatrics, Preventive Medicine, Mental Health and Behavior
Bachelor of Arts
University of Colorado, Boulder (2014)
Masters of Science
South University, College of Health Professions (2017)
- Clinical interest for patients
- Preventative health
- Behavioral health
- Research interest for patients
Preventative health — the key part of primary care is educating and informing patients on preventative health. It is important to stay up-to-date with most accurate research.