I chose to go into medicine because I was interested in a profession where I could feel I was doing good, useful work every day to make the world a little bit better and people a little bit happier. I chose a surgical field because I like to see tangible results of this. I enjoy my interaction with patients and try to get to know each one beyond just the urologic condition that brought them in to see me.
About my practice
I practice general urology, with a special interest in stone disease and urologic oncology. I have experience in endoscopic stone surgery and laparoscopic renal surgery.
How I thrive
I try to do a little good each day, and try to go home feeling like my patients are living a little bit better (and hopefully a lot better) as the result of my care. It is important to have a balance in life of useful work, good health, and an appreciation and gratitude for the richness of life.