About Me: I was born in Calgary, Alberta Canada and was never a fan of shoveling snow, so when the opportunity presented to move to the desert I was all in! I enjoy treating the entire family and practicing a broad scope of medicine. Although I am an allopathic physician by training, I believe in the need for integrative medicine to achieve optimal health. I love travelling whether it’s within the US or abroad, enjoying good food, and learning new cultures.
Top Emphasis: Family Medicine (newborns, pediatrics, adults, prenatal care and geriatrics)
Education: University of Calgary BSc. in Kinesiology (2008); Saba University School of Medicine, Netherlands (2012); Family Medicine Residency at St Joseph’s Hospital Phoenix, AZ (2015)
My Mission: I am passionate about guiding, supporting, and encouraging my patients towards a healthier lifestyle and the best quality of life possible!
Top Achievements: Medical Director in opening the Parsons Family Health Center and Mobile Clinic for the Homeless, St Joseph’s Hospital Humankindness Resident Award, University of Calgary Chancellor’s Scholarship Recipient
Other: As an AAFP member, I was honored to be able to go to Haiti in 2016 to provide healthcare to those in the most remote areas of the country with a mobile clinic team.