Pregnancy and childbirth are profound, life-changing events. All women deserve individualized, compassionate, evidence-based care to empower them to make decisions that are best for themselves and their families.
UCHealth provides community centered, innovative, evidence-based, high quality care to improve the health of their clients.
Why did you get in profession?
One of my first jobs was working in an emergency housing center for battered women. This experience focused my interests in women’s healthcare, counseling and teaching, which led me to a career in midwifery and public health. Since 1984, I have worked as a midwife in New York City, Milwaukee and Denver. As a public health specialist, I have worked in Nigeria and Egypt and directed a training program in New York for midwives from many African countries. I feel honored and fulfilled by helping women achieve their health care goals.
Reading, hiking, biking and traveling.
Qualifications and experience
- Obstetrics and Gynecology, Women's Health
- Languages spoken
M.P.H. with concentration in Population and Family Health
Columbia University School of Public Health (1984)
Columbia University School of Nursing (1984)
Columbia University School of Nursing (1981)
Harpur College, State University of New York at Binghamton (1977)
- Clinical interest for patients
Pregnancy, childbirth and well-woman care.