Even though I have retired from the Army Medical Corps, I still uphold the warrior ethos in my patient care. I think of my patients as my own family members and would only offer advice and therapy I would give my own.
On Medical Oncology
Hematology and Medical Oncology is seeing the patient in the context of their family and community and coordinating care with other specialists for the unique needs of the patient.
I started my career as a Navy Hospital Corpsman and this gave me a unique perspective in medical care. During my medical residency, cancer patients were the ones that touched my heart the most.
My personal interests include running and hiking. When not at work, I enjoy spending quality time exploring the Pacific Northwest and visiting my children, grandchild and family. My wife and I are excited to make the Olympic Peninsula our new home. Serving my patients and the community in which I live is my passion. I look forward to serving this beautiful, friendly and welcoming community in anyway I can.