About Me

Hi, and welcome to my Web page! I’m happy to have this chance to introduce myself to you. I feel very fortunate to work at Kaiser Permanente because of my wonderful colleagues and members.


I was born and raised in New York City. Most of my education was also on the East Coast—first at Harvard for my undergraduate studies, and then at Columbia University for medical school. I did my residency in diagnostic radiology at New York University, and then I came out west for a neuroradiology fellowship at UCLA. My husband is from San Diego and had always wanted to come back home to Southern California. After a year at UCLA, I quickly became a convert to the wonderful West Coast lifestyle. We settled down in Orange County and haven't regretted it for a second!

About my practice

My subspecialty training is in diagnostic neuroradiology, but I strive to provide high-quality service in all aspects of general radiology to both referring providers and members. I try to make myself readily available for consultation—whether face to face or via phone and email. As a radiologist I may not spend much of my time interacting directly with members, but the rest of my colleagues in the Radiology Department and I are all working hard to provide you with the best care we can.

How I thrive

I like to garden, and I have a small plot of organic vegetables which I like to incorporate into family meals. Lately, my favorite ways to relax while getting some exercise are swimming, taking bike rides with my kids and husband, and going hiking in the hills of Orange County.