About Me

I was born and raised in New York City. I moved to Boston to complete my internal medicine residency at Massachusetts General Hospital, which I followed with cardiology and electrophysiology fellowships at Beth Israel Medical Center. It was during this training that I met my husband, who is also a physician and a native southerner. We are thrilled to be in Atlanta and look forward to warmer weather, raising our family, and growing our careers here!

About my practice

I am excited to have joined a group of exceptional cardiologists at Kaiser Permanente. My particular interests lie in my specialty of electrophysiology, where I enjoy treating heart rhythm disorders with procedures such as ablations and also implanting parameters and defibrillators. Our group is extremely diverse and we are happy to provide thorough and comprehensive cardiology care.

How I thrive

My husband and I are runners, and we enjoy distance running, including marathons. I find a long run invigorating and a great adjunct to a long day or week. We are also huge sports fans, particularly baseball and football, although my allegiances are still to the New York Yankees and New England Patriots! We look forward to raising our son with our current ideas and have learned to live by the words of John Lennon: "Life is what happens when you are busy making other plans."