What can patients expect from an appointment with you?
Patients can expect a visit that is focused on teamwork. My goal is to help you make the best medical decisions for you and your gastrointestinal tract.
What do you find most rewarding about working with patients?
The most rewarding aspect of patient care is alleviating a patient’s symptoms as well as performing life-saving procedures.
What drew you to OMC and the Olympic Peninsula?
I was initially drawn to this region’s natural beauty and large variety of outdoor activities. The decision to move here was made even easier after interacting with the wonderful people at OMC and the community at large.
How can you serve OMC and its patients?
Having trained at multiple large and well-known academic institutions I can offer unique perspectives and experiences to our patients and staff. I also look forward to continued growth as a person and physician learning from OMC and the Olympic Peninsula community.
What led you to choose a career in gastroenterology?
I thoroughly enjoy the procedural aspect of the gastrointestinal tract as well as its complexity.
How do you enjoy spending your free time?
My wife, our dog, and I enjoy spending large amounts of time outdoors with activities ranging from camping to landscape photography.
What is a fact your patients might be surprised to learn about you?
I have been playing the drum set since the age of eight.
Disorders involving esophagus, stomach, small intestine, colon, rectum, pancreas and liver.