Patient centered decision making guided by evidence based practices is essential to providing the best quality of care. Patient health and quality of life are the ultimate goals of any medical intervention I make.
I primarily trained at UCHealth during my residency. I came to appreciate their emphasis on patient-centered care, quality, and evidence based practice. I truly believe it delivers the best and most comprehensive care in the state of Colorado.
Why did you get into this profession?
I had always been interested in health and I love working with people. I excelled in science throughout my education, and wanted to apply this skill in a profession where I could regularly interact with people and make a positive impact on their lives.
Travel, languages, skiing, soccer, tennis, dancing, laughing
Qualifications and experience
- Hospital Medicine, Men's Health, Seniors' Health, Symptoms and Manifestations, Women's Health
- Languages spoken
University of Colorado School of Medicine (2017)
Doctor of Medicine
Tufts University School of Medicine (2014)
Bachelor of Arts
Tufts University (2010)
Université de Fribourg (2009)
- Clinical interest for patients
• Hospital medicine
• Quality improvement
- Research interest for patients
I have done research and quality improvement across various specialties. My initial research was in oncology, specifically cancers of unknown primary, then my focus turned to gastroenterology and I still do research in this field. I also have done work in the area of quality improvement specifically in antibiotic stewardship in the treatment of asymptomatic bacteriuria and in the application of design thinking to improving provider resilience in the work place.
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