Originally from New York City, I grew up in South Florida and attended Colorado State University for my undergraduate degree. After graduation from medical school, I returned to Colorado to complete an internship in internal medicine, and then went back to New York for training in emergency medicine at Mount Sinai. Following my residency, I stayed on as faculty at Mount Sinai for the next eight years. I was grateful for the opportunity to train and practice in such a busy and diverse setting, and now my family and I are thrilled to be in Portland and to be part of the Kaiser Permanente system.
About my practice
I'm proud to be an Emergency Care physician. My goal is to be able to provide the most personal, thorough, and efficient care to all of our members and their families and loved ones. It is a privilege to be able to work with people in the time of their greatest need. Emergency medicine physicians must keep their skills and knowledge at the cutting edge, and my personal interests are continuing medical education and pain management.
How I thrive
I make sure I have plenty of quality time to spend with my family and friends. We love to travel, hike, camp, ski, snowboard, garden, and cook!