I approach patient care as I would approach a family member or friend, because we all are someone’s father, mother, brother, sister or close friend. We all deserve the same attention to detail and compassion from one another.
First and foremost, I am a husband and father. My wife is also a full-time Medical Provider, and we have two children — a son who aspires to be a professional baseball player and a daughter who undoubtedly will become an actress. I believe parenting may be the most challenging position to hold. Family-work balance is key to preserving critical thinking, so I try to keep the two separate and non-interfering with each other, which I think is important for healthy living. I have too many to hobbies to list, but many involve the outdoors and taking advantage of the beautiful state we live in.
Qualifications and experience
- Neurocritical care, Neurosurgery, Neurology
Jefferson College of Health Sciences (2012)
- Clinical interest for patients
I started my career in Orthopedic trauma, so my preference has always been anatomy and procedural skills. However, one could say I have a predisposition for medicine, as I come from the lineage of Chemists and Pharmacists and always enjoyed pharmacokinetics and dynamics. Being in practice as a Family Medicine PA for the last four years has really solidified my diagnostic ability, which I believe will be helpful for an all encompassing evaluation.
- Research interest for patients
Radiology is fascinating, and I look forward to increasing my Neuroradiology knowledge base.