My goal is to make sure that the family, the child, and myself are all on the same page with evaluation and treatment plans, and I strive to provide clear options and explanations in order to accomplish that.
I became a pediatrician because I love the diversity of pediatric patients; every child that walks into clinic is at a different developmental point and requires a different approach. I became a Pediatric Infectious Diseases specialist because most infections can be cured, and it is very satisfying to be able to tell my patients and their parents that ‘we can fix this, and you will look back and this will just be a bump in the road.
My husband and I welcomed our first child, a daughter, in August 2016. We also have two cats, our fur children. While we are not from Fargo originally, we are embracing our new community, and we have really enjoyed our time here so far. My husband and I both enjoy golfing. I also enjoy cooking, entertaining, and quilting.