I was born and raised in Mendoza, Argentina, and attended medical school in my hometown at the National University of Cuyo. I have lived in the United States for about 10 years. I completed my internship and family medicine residency at Manati Medical Center in Puerto Rico, then moved to Washington to be close to my family.
About my practice
Medicine is the art and science of preventing and curing diseases, and in my opinion prevention is the most important part--which is why I chose to be a family physician and work with Kaiser Permanente. I practice the full scope of medicine with children, adolescents, adults, and senior members. Because communication is such an important part of the relationship between patient and doctor, I am very enthusiastic about serving the Latino community.
How I thrive
I like to spend my free time with family and friends. I also enjoy snowboarding, cooking, and playing bass guitar.