I was born and raised in Canada, and over the past decade I have had the privilege to study and train in medicine in both the West Indies and the United States. I have lived both in urban and rural areas and developed a deep appreciation for the Pacific Northwest. My husband and I enjoy the Portland area’s food culture, and we also like hiking and driving through the beautiful landscapes.
About my practice
My approach to medicine is always to listen, observe, and then make the best judgment I can. To keep an open mind is important when we are trying to help those in need. I am board certified in family medicine with a focus on urgent care. I treat a wide spectrum of acute and chronic medical problems for members of all ages. I appreciate working at Kaiser Permanente, which provides continuous support for physicians — always important, no matter how long you have been practicing.
How I thrive
To keep grounded and centered, I rely on family. I am fortunate to have very strong, supportive parents and parents-in-law, as well as a husband and sister who encourage me and make me smile, even after the hardest of days. I also enjoy reading, spending time with friends, and crocheting.