My patient care approach includes ensuring that I dedicate enough time to each patient’s complaint, and never make any patient feel rushed or judged in any manner. I attempt to inform and involve patients in their care, along with treating the person as a whole and providing respect for their preferences. Additionally, I follow evidence-based medicine and attempt to ensure that I am up-to-date on latest practices in order to provide the best care possible to each and every patient.

I was raised in Connecticut and have spent the majority of my life in North Carolina and Massachusetts. I am the youngest of four, and have a 2-year-old golden retriever named Lyla. When I am not practicing medicine, I enjoy being outdoors in any capacity, as well as biking, hiking, paddle boarding, and rock climbing.


Monday: 8am - 8pm
Tuesday: 8am - 8pm
Wednesday: 8am - 8pm
Thursday: 8am - 8pm
Friday: 8am - 8pm
Saturday: 8am - 6pm
Sunday: 8am - 6pm

Qualifications and experience

Urgent Care
Languages spoken
Springfield College (2017)

Board Certification
Certification Agency Year
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants 2017
Clinical interest for patients

I am highly interested in women's health, pediatrics, and dermatology. I enjoy procedures such as splinting, suturing, and incision + drainage.

Research interest for patients

During my time in PA school, I completed a research project on the effects of maternal obesity on maternal and infant morbidity and mortality.

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