I have always wanted to be a physician. As a little girl I would imagine being a country doctor eager to help members of my community like the old‐time doctors we would see on television. Now, as a practicing family physician, I realize that I can embrace the attributes of those family doctors while incorporating modern technology and diagnostics. I really enjoy figuring out patients’ problems to provide answers and pathways to treatments.
I believe the best diagnostic tool is not fancy testing and imaging studies, but rather a detailed history where you really listen to the patient. Great volumes of knowledge can be obtained through a careful discussion of the patients’ habits, behaviors, hobbies and interests. Technologies are providing us with more and more information but having the freedom of time to spend with a patient is a great medical tool.
I am willing to work as hard as my patients toward achieving their health goals. Affiliating with MDVIP, a concierge-like program, will allow me the time to really get to know my patients. The advanced preventive testing and personalized wellness planning will allow me to guide my patients towards maintaining a healthy and vibrant life.
I have been practicing primary care in Easton, Maryland for over 25 years. I see patients from Talbot, Dorchester, Caroline, Kent and Queen Anne’s Counties. I enjoy family medicine as I get to focus on preventive medicine while still managing a variety of health conditions including diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, aging related issues and women’s health. I am also affiliated with University of Maryland Shore Regional Health System in Easton.
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Telemedicine Option: I am also using telemedicine visits to stay connected with my patients when they are unable to see me in the office. It is easy to do, and we have maintained our momentum with preventive health goals and chronic care during difficult times.