I learned early on in my training the importance of physical touch and a listening ear when it comes to patient care. I hope to make each individual feel as though they are the only patient I am seeing all day, because their story is important. Most proper diagnoses can be made by simply taking a good history and performing a thorough physical exam. First, do not harm; next, do good, the very best I can. As a Physician Assistant provider, I strive to embody a servant heart and approach each patient that I meet with true compassion and energy. It is our calling as healthcare providers to heal and to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ. My goal is to do just this and to leave a sustaining impact on my patients that improves their overall health and quality of life.
Qualifications and experience
- Plastic Surgery, Surgery - Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery
University of Texas Medical Branch (2019)
University of Texas A&M (2016)
- Board Certification
Certification Agency Year National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants 2019
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