Ralph Waldo Emerson said it well, "The first wealth is health." As your personal MDVIP-affiliated primary care physician, I will treat and prevent various illnesses to help you achieve and maintain your health. It is my goal and privilege to provide the highest level of care while developing a relationship with you that is rooted in communication and trust.
Growing up in Boston, I earned my undergraduate degree in Biology from Boston College and moved to Philadelphia to begin my medical education. After earning my medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, I returned to Boston for a one year clinical research fellowship at Harvard Medical School's Boston Children's Hospital where I co-authored a book chapter "Disorders of the Eustachian Tube" and contributed to an original research project "Minimally Invasive Functional Approach for Cholesteatoma Surgery." I returned to Philadelphia to complete my internship and residency in internal medicine at Mercy Suburban Hospital.
Medicine is a harmonious union between the art of healing and the science of diagnostics and therapeutics. Having the privilege to practice medicine over the years has helped me appreciate the unique individuality of each patient. Personalized, attentive and focused care is what my patients deserve and my affiliation with MDVIP will allow me to better care for my patients and further my keen interest in preventive health and wellness. When not providing patient care, I dedicate my time to my family, playing the piano and enjoying the grandeurs of the great outdoors.
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