I believe that good communication is vital to excellent patient care. I want to make sure that the patient understands their condition, as well as the range of treatment options. I like to spend time in face-to-face interaction with patients, and for them to be as comfortable as possible with their health concerns.
I also like for patients to know that the care I provide is informed by the latest treatment guidelines as provided by the American Urological Association. If I am unable to provide such care, I will help them to find the appropriate services.
I am married with three grown children. I practiced urology in private practice in Omaha, Nebraska, with the same group since 1999. Now we have decided to fulfill a lifelong dream to call Colorado our home.
We have visited Colorado several times a year for many years, taking advantage of the active lifestyle, skiing and hiking. My wife and I look forward to living and working here full time, with a much shorter commute to our mountain adventures. We also look forward to getting involved with the local community, which we have always found to be friendly and welcoming.
Qualifications and experience
- Languages spoken
Doctor of Medicine
University of Kansas (1993)
- Board Certification
Certification Agency Specialty Year American Board of Urology Urology 2002
- Clinical interest for patients
I treat a broad range of urologic conditions. I have interest in the treatment of advanced prostate cancer and in neurourology and neurostimulation. I have practiced many and varied treatment options for BPH and enlarged prostate.
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