I believe that being a good doctor means more than just a strong understanding of clinical medicine. When caring for my patient I work hard to provide excellent care while also ensuring the patient and their family are kept informed and aware of their illness. It is the human component that provides the most satisfaction to me and I work hard to ensure this doesn’t fall by the wayside while caring for people when they feel most vulnerable.
I enjoy spending most my free time outside, preferably in the mountains. I enjoy running, biking, but I spend most of my time rock climbing. I will be the first person to admit I do not enjoy hiking, unless it is to a rock climbing area. When I am not outside I enjoy reading.
Qualifications and experience
- Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine, Pulmonology
- Languages spoken
Loma Linda University Medical Center (2022)
Abbott Northwestern Hospital (2018)
Doctor of Medicine
University of Minnesota Medical School (2015)
St. Olaf College (2011)
- Board Certification
Certification Agency Specialty Year American Board of Medicine Pulmonary Disease 2021 American Board of Internal Medicine Internal Medicine 2018
- Clinical interest for patients
Interstitial Lung disease
Resuscitation and treatment of sepsis
Diagnosis and staging of lung cancer
- Research interest for patients
Complications of COVID-19
Treatment of interstitial lung disease
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