I strongly believe that the more you educate young girls and adults about what is happening to their bodies, the more you lessen their fears and anxieties, empowering them to make better health care decisions. I strive to provide compassionate and specialized care to all of my patients, routinely collaborating with various subspecialists at Children’s Hospital and The University of Colorado Hospital, in order to provide the best care for my patients.

I live in Denver with my husband and three boys. Away from the hospital, I enjoy jogging, tennis, hiking, skiing and spending time with my family and friends.


Qualifications and experience

Child and Teen Health, Child and Teen Health - Teen Health, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Surgery, Surgery - Laparoscopic Surgery, Transgender Health, Women's Health, Women's Health - Adolescent Reproductive Health - Adolescent Gynecology, Women's Health - Contraception, Women's Health - Endometriosis, Women's Health - Gynecologic and Obstetric Infections, Women's Health - Hormone Replacement Therapy, Women's Health - Lower Genital Tract Disorders, Women's Health - Menopause
Languages spoken
University of Colorado (University Hospital) Program (2005)

Medical School
Saint Louis University School of Medicine (2004)

University of Colorado (2008)

Saint Louis University (MO) (2000)

Clinical interest for patients

My clinical passion is in pediatric and adolescent gynecology, working with children and young adults at Children’s Hospital Colorado, and their transition to adult gynecologic care at the University of Colorado. As such, I also care for adult women at the University of Colorado Hospital, focusing on management of abnormal uterine bleeding and minimally invasive surgical procedures, both in the office and the operating room.

I have a particular interest in congenital anomalies of the reproductive tract, bleeding disorders in adolescents, gender dysphoria in adolescents and adults, and adolescent polycystic ovarian syndrome.

Research interest for patients

My research interests include bleeding disorders and endocrinopathies in pediatric and adolescent gynecology, as well as resident education.

Health First Colorado (Medicaid Child)