I became a doctor because medicine combines many things I love: being around people, making unfamiliar medical conditions more digestible and managing illnesses to improve quality of life. Helping people feel better has always been a priority for me. I was drawn to gastroenterology because the procedures involved reminded me of working for the family electrical business in Utah County.
After graduating cum laude from Brigham Young University in 2009, I attended Duke University Medical School in Durham, NC where I went on to complete my residency in internal medicine. I stayed in North Carolina for my gastroenterology fellowship at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, NC. I am excited to be practicing medicine where I grew up and glad to be at Revere Health where there is a clear focus on providing a high quality of care.
My primary interests are inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis), liver diseases (cirrhosis and hepatitis), esophageal disorders (difficulty swallowing, eosinophilic esophagitis, Barrett’s esophagus) and colon cancer screening.
When I am not in the clinic, I enjoy spending time with my wife and playing board games with our four children. My other interests include getting outdoors, playing the bagpipes, all things BBQ (especially brisket and North Carolina pulled pork) and watching NewCastle United soccer. I also speak Polish and enjoy Polish literature.
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