I grew up in Pelham, New York, just outside New York City and attended college at Yale University. I then worked with Operation Smile in Norfolk, Virginia, and traveled internationally extensively during that time. After being inspired by the volunteers with Operation Smile, I attended medical school at Eastern Virginia Medical School and completed my pediatric residency training at the University of Florida. I am board certified in pediatrics and moved to Colorado in 2014. From the beach to the mountains, my husband and I could not be happier about making Colorado our home and growing a family in the Rockies.
About my practice
To be a pediatrician is a great honor. I believe that partnering with parents to provide the best for their children is the key to success. My goal is to foster independence, growth and trust in my patients, and I relish the opportunity to do this every day. I love the enthusiasm, honesty and optimism children bring to this world. It makes me so happy to get to know each and every child I treat, and I appreciate each child’s strengths and unique interests! I can offer convenience by answering some questions by email, phone or video visit if your child doesn’t require an in-person appointment.
How I thrive
I have always been a multi-sport athlete and growing older has yet to slow me down. Now, I love to hike, snowboard, play soccer and bike. Anything outdoors with my husband, son and dog is an ideal day for me. On rainy days, I love to bake, read or work on crafts for our house.