Welcome to my Web page, and thank you for taking some time to learn more about my practice.
As an immigrant who came to this country with very little, who has had the good fortune to become a doctor, I’ve always felt the need to give back. I attribute my success to the generosity of so many. To now work helping people and making them better is incredibly rewarding. In my own life, I’ve found ways to balance a family of four kids and a supportive wife, with a demanding job. That balance allows me to be successful both at home and at work.
The focus of my practice in the NICU—Neonatal Intensive Care Unit—is to work collaboratively with a team of physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, occupational therapists, social workers, and, most importantly, the parents. Our goal is to give infants high-quality, compassionate care so they can eventually go home and go on to live wonderful, productive lives.
I love spending time with my kids and getting involved in their school activities. It’s my family that helps keep me grounded—no matter how difficult the work day, seeing their smiling faces when I come home makes everything better. I strive to remain mentally, physically, and spiritually strong. All three are so interconnected. But when a healthy, balanced lifestyle allows me to succeed at home, at work, and in my community. In the words of Steve Jobs, "The only way to do great work is to love what you do."