I strive to be a physician patients can get to know and trust, combining awareness and application of rapidly evolving medical knowledge with an ability to communicate this to my patients.

After a traditional liberal arts education, where I majored in English with a focus on modernist literature, I considered a number of career options. Eventually, I decided on a career in medicine for two reasons – lifelong learning and daily challenge of patient care.

Locations

Qualifications and experience

Specialties
Hospital Medicine
Gender
Male
Languages spoken
English
Education
Undergraduate
University of Pennsylvania (1983)

Graduate
University of Pennsylvania (1987)

Medical School
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine (1995)

Residency
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center (1998)

Clinical interest for patients

While I've practiced both ER and post-acute care medicine, I've spent the majority of my career focusing on hospital medicine. I find hospitalist work to be extremely challenging and stimulating, given the high acuity along with the complexity and diversity of clinical issues with which hospitalists are faced.

Region
Northern Colorado