I strive at all times to treat all of my patients with respect and compassion. I strongly believe that any time a patient is in the emergency department, regardless of their nature of their illness or injury, they should be treated with the utmost of urgency for their concerns. I have worked in major emergency departments in Philadelphia and Denver and am blessed to now work in an environment where our organizational approach and volume is typically such that we have the opportunity to spend a significant amount of time at the bedside with each and every patient. Hence, we provide amazingly expedient and thoughtful care to every patient, and do that happily regardless of their complaint or ability to pay.
I live in Steamboat Springs with my wife, Diane, who is an artist, and we have two grown children, an emergency medicine physician and an artist, and two grandchildren.
Qualifications and experience
- Emergency Medicine, Emergency Care
- Languages spoken
Doctor of Medicine
University Of Cincinnati College of Medicine (1986)
Medical College of Pennsylvania (1989)