A CU Medicine provider.

In Maternal-Fetal Medicine, great medical care takes being an expert in the field while also understanding complicated pregnancies are not just a “medical issue”. I strive to work as a team with my patients (and their families) to ensure that the plan we make together works for them. Patients should always feel that they have a voice and it is my goal to ensure that they feel heard and feel central in all decisions that we make together.

I grew up in Alaska and first moved to Colorado for my residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Being outdoors has been a part of my life since I was born and these days, in my spare time, I enjoy hiking and camping with my husband, kiddo, and two dogs.


Monday: 8am - 5pm
Tuesday: 8am - 5pm
Wednesday: 8am - 5pm
Thursday: 8am - 5pm
Friday: 8am - 5pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Qualifications and experience

Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pregnancy and Reproduction, Pregnancy and Reproduction - High-Risk Pregnancy, Pregnancy and Reproduction - Maternal and Fetal Health, Pregnancy and Reproduction - Prenatal Care, Pregnancy and Reproduction - Prenatal Testing, Pregnancy and Reproduction - Childbirth
Languages spoken
University of Utah Program (2021)

Medical School
University of Washington School of Medicine (2014)

University of Colorado (University Hospital) Program (2018)

University of Arizona (AZ) (2010)

University of Utah (2021)

Clinical interest for patients

While I enjoy all areas of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, some of my specific clinical interests include Adult Congenital Heart Disease, multifetal gestations (twins, and higher-order multiples), and complex deliveries (breech extraction of the second twin, operative vaginal delivery).

Research interest for patients

My research interests include Adult Congenital Heart Disease in the setting of Pregnancy, fetal anomalies, and fetal growth restriction. My thesis project for Maternal-Fetal Medicine fellowship investigated the association between pregnancy and long-term cardiac events in individuals with congenital heart disease.

Volunteer activities

Outside of medicine, I volunteer with a local dog rescue. Both of my pups started as fosters and became family.

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