My philosophy of care is to treat the patient as an individual, while also providing them with information to make the best informed decisions for their health. Whenever possible, I try to use shared decision-making to allow the individual to have input into their care, while also educating them on their options. I have treated patients with a variety of backgrounds and always strive to provide each person with respect and care. I also try to explain to the patient their illness or injury and the process of recovery so that they can leave the clinic with a better understanding of their disease process and what to expect when moving forward. I enjoy treating a wide range of patients and hope that my compassion and enjoyment of helping others shines through in my work.
I live in Castle Rock with my husband, son and dog. My husband and I relocated to Colorado from Southern California where we met several years ago. We enjoy the climate and opportunities for adventure that Colorado has to offer. On the weekends when I am not working, I enjoy being outside, hiking, camping, backpacking and taking photos.
Qualifications and experience
- Emergency Care, Emergency Medicine, Urgent Care
California Lutheran University (2009)
Master's Degree in Physician Assistant Studies (2013)