I consider it a privilege to work in the medical field. I initially finished college with a degree in engineering, and then decided to attend medical school. I completed my residency in internal medicine and practiced as an internist before completing my fellowship in nephrology. My family, which includes my wife and two daughters, then moved to Atlanta, and we have enjoyed it tremendously.
About my practice
I am a physician in the Kaiser Permanente Nephrology Department. I am pleased to work with a very efficient and caring support staff. We are focused on working with you to provide high-quality health care.
How I thrive
I am active both physically and mentally. I try to workout at least five to six days a week either with weights or on the elliptical. I also play tennis almost every weekend.