Treatment philosophy: “You’ve got to want to be healthier.  I can be your guide to a healthier life.  A longer life.  A higher quality life.  But you’ve got to want it.  I will meet you where you are at.  I will meet you in the middle.  I will help you reach your goals.  I believe that healthcare is part of the service industry.  I strive to provide a high level of service to my patients.  Healthcare is an art and science.  The art is communication and connection with your patients.  The science part is really important too.  I’m committed to lifelong learning and staying on top of latest standard of care.  You will find me to be affable, able, and available. ”

Professional journey: “I graduated as valedictorian from a large high school in suburban Philadelphia.  I wasn’t the brightest student in my class of 490, but I worked the hardest.  I graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Human Biology, Health, and Society.  I worked in EMS for a year between college and medical school.  I graduated from Temple University School of Medicine.  Family Medicine was my calling.  I like the idea of treating the whole patient, disease prevention, and improving quality of life.   Upon graduating family medicine residency, I started off at York Hospital in Maine providing inpatient and outpatient care.  I decided to narrow my practice to just outpatient care so I later joined with Dartmouth Hitchcock Walpole campus and worked there from 2015-2023.  I was fond of my patients; however, personal life offerings and work opportunities for my significant other were limited in the Greater Walpole community resulting in my decision to join SFFH in January 2024.”

Professional certifications & associations:

  • Board Certification in Family Medicine by the American Board of Family Medicine

“When I’m not treating my patients, I enjoy… living with my significant other and raising our sons.  Introducing them to science, sports, and games.  Watching them grow and surpassing me. ”

Joined the SFFH family in 2023.