“Family Medicine allows me to take the journey with my patients from birth to the end of life.
This in itself promotes continuity of care which is so important in the multidisciplinary field of medicine, where one patient may be seeing multiple specialists.
I feel like there is nothing more satisfying than knowing I made a difference in someone else’s life at the end of my day.”
“I promote continuity of care in the multidisciplinary field of family medicine and provide education. I empower my patients with the knowledge they need to make better-informed decisions about their care. Educating patients shows we are paying attention, that we are tuned in to their issues, and that we care. It opens the dialogue for honesty and trust.”
- Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
- American Board of Family Medicine
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support
- Pediatric Advanced Cardiac Life Support
- State of Missouri, Medicine and Surgery
- State of Illinois, Medicine and Surgery
- State of Connecticut, Medicine and Surgery
- Medgar Evers College “Effects on Nutrition on Chronic Disease”, Brooklyn, NY
- Guest speaker on variety of women’s issues in a Women Physician Panel for “Girls Night Out”, St Clare Hospital-Fenton MO
- Volunteer for annual Sports and School Physical, Florence Clinic-Omaha NE
- Volunteered assistant, Flatlands Medical Center and Urgent Care-Brooklyn, NY
- Volunteering for free diabetes and hypertension screening, St Lucia, West Indies
- Maryville University Nurse Practitioner students at SSM Health-St Clare.
- Preceptor for externship/shadowing medical graduates. Creating modules and reviewing chronic health issues in primary care.
Paul Weber “Compassion in Medicine Award”, Alegent Creighton Health-Creighton
University Medical Center-Family Medicine Residency Department
Alegent Creighton Health-Creighton University Medical Center
Omaha, NE – Family Medicine
Spartan Health Science University, School of Medicine
School of Medicine — Doctor of Medicine