I was born in Jamaica and moved to Chicago at age 6. After high school, I studied geology at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. After working in Alaska, I moved to Aspen, Colorado, and worked as a medical assistant for an internist. I attended the University of Colorado for medical school and completed my family medicine residency at Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver. I am a board certified physician.
I try and provide medical education and involve my patient in their own care. I work with each patient individually to come up with a plan that works for them. I was trained broadly in family medicine, and specifically enjoy sports medicine, minor procedures and preventive care.
When I am not at work, I am busy at home with my wife and two young children. I also enjoy gardening, sailing and exploring the mountains. I try to live what I preach at work by exercising daily and eating a healthy diet, although I do allow myself the occasional dietary indiscretion!