Kaiser Permanente physician
My gender: Female
Accepting new patients. Referral may be required.
Welcome to my Web page. I’m happy to have this chance to introduce myself to you and tell you about my work as a physician at Kaiser Permanente. I’m a radiologist. I started working at the San Diego Medical Center in 2002. I feel fortunate to be able to work at Kaiser Permanente.
I’m originally from Bethesda, Maryland. I first moved to California when I attended Stanford University School of Medicine. After finishing medical school, I moved to Boston to complete my medical training. I completed a radiology residency program at Deaconess Hospital—a major teaching hospital of Harvard University. I stayed at Deaconess Hospital for an additional year to do a cross-sectional imaging fellowship. After finishing my training, I worked in Boston in private practice. In 2002, my family and I moved to San Diego, where I was fortunate to join Kaiser Permanente.
I very much enjoy the practice of radiology. Radiology is a constantly changing, growing medical specialty. Recent advances in technology allow for more accurate diagnosis and detection of diseases than has been possible in the past. As a radiologist, I enjoy working as a consultant with other Kaiser Permanente physicians. Together, we work to optimize member care.
My family life is my major priority. I enjoy spending time with my family, whether it’s relaxing at home, or attending my children's school or sporting events. My family and I enjoy traveling. I also make it a priority to find time to read and exercise.