My approach to patient care is quite simple — everyone regardless of where they came from, what they’ve done, or who they are is deserving of the very best care I can provide. To that end, I will promise to listen to you, address your questions and concerns, and accommodate your requests as long as medically safe.
I chose to work for UCHeath (and specifically Memorial Central and North) for several reasons. First, as the premier health care provider in the state, I wanted to be part of an organization that is committed to patient care. Second, I enjoy working with patients with complex medical issues. As Memorial Central and North are two of the top hospitals in southern Colorado, it afforded me an opportunity to work with these patients. Third, I was impressed with the collegial atmosphere that I observed among the various medical specialties. Lastly, I love the outdoors (skiing, hiking, running, etc.), and living in Colorado Springs affords me the opportunity to participate in those activities when not in the hospital. In short, working for UCHealth in Colorado Springs provided me a great opportunity with a great place to live.
Qualifications and experience
Doctor of Medicine
Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine (2014)
- Clinical interest for patients
High-risk obstetric anesthesia
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