Treatment philosophy: “I believe in providing individualized and compassionate care for each of my patients.  Taking the time to listen to their concerns and goals is the first step in working together to develop a treatment plan.  I also believe that preventative healthcare is an important aspect of family medicine and will take time to educate my patients on prevention strategies to help them achieve a healthy and balanced lifestyle.”

Professional journey: “From a young age I enjoyed helping others and loved science/the human body.  During my undergraduate education, I discovered a love for the medical side of nutrition and found I wanted to be more involved in patient care.  My advisor suggested I looked into becoming a physician assistant.  I found that the career satisfied my love for taking care of others, as well as my eagerness for life-long learning.”

Professional certifications & associations:
Certified by NCCPA (National Commission of Certification of Physician Assistants)
Member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants
Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification


  • M.S. in Physician Assistant Studies, MCPHS University

  • B.S. in Nutrition:  Dietetics, Minor:  Psychology, University of New Hampshire, Summa Cum Laude

“When I’m not treating my patients, I enjoy… hiking, running, biking, skiing, reading and spending time with my family and friends.”

Joined the SFFH family in 2016.