One of the most satisfying aspects of my practice is being able to get to know my patients and their stories. People may share common urological problems, but each patient is an individual with different ideas, priorities and beliefs. All of these need to be taken into consideration in an effort to provide the best possible care for each patient.
On Urological Medicine
I find urology to be the ideal mixture of medical and surgical medicine. Advancements in technology make this specialty a constantly evolving and challenging, fast-paced practice.
I chose to practice on the Olympic Peninsula because of the growing need for specialty care here. The rural location of the area meshed well with raising a family in a beautiful setting, while still having the opportunity to practice state-of-the-art urology.
I share my Peninsula life with my wife, Susan, my sons, Jason and Matthew, and a small army of four-legged friends. I enjoy spending time with my family, and additional interests include golf, tennis, music, outdoor living activities like camping and backpacking, and odd jobs around the house.