My practice philosophy has been refined over the years to a more patient-centered approach to primary care medicine. In my MDVIP-affiliated practice located in Bixby and Broken Arrow area, I believe that I am an advocate for my patients’ health and well-being. I experience individual patients as rare and special gifts to our society, and I try to encourage each person to be better than they see themselves. I encourage them to be healthier than they have been in the past and to strive for continual self-improvement. I aim for my patients to see themselves as great and good, as I see them. My goal is to be your physical and mental health advisor. My staff, patients and I work as a team toward patients’ better well-being and healthier lives through lifestyle changes and more daily activity. I want to be your friend and advocate, as well as your personal doctor.
As an MDVIP-affiliated physician, I am thrilled to be able to spend more time with patients and focus on their unique health needs and goals. I care for people in the Bixby area and Broken Arrow, as well as midtown and southside Tulsa areas. I see patients from Skiatook, Owasso, Collinsville and Claremore, as well as Sands Springs and Mounds, Oklahoma.
It is important, now more than ever, to have a primary care doctor who has the time and resources to care for you personally and proactively. Watch this video to hear more.
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US Army June 1975-August 1980, Honorably Discharged Military Training: US Army Airborne 1973 Platoon leader Air Defense Artillery 1976-1977, Federal Republic of Germany Executive Officer Air Defense Artillery 1977-1978, Federal Republic of Germany Brigade Adjutant Ft. Sill Training Brigade 1978 Property Book Officer Ft. Sill Training Brigade 1978 Battery Commander Field Artillery Basic Training Battery, Ft. Sill, OK 1979-1980
Opened and staffed Camp Gruber Medical Clinic for Katrina displaced residents Staffed Oklahoma City Lucent Center clinic for Galveston Hurricane displaced residents Opened and staffed Red Cross Shelter Kauai, HI for displaced Hawaiians for flooding due to ruptured dams. (Done while visiting on vacation.)