One of the main reasons I chose to become a physician is because of the opportunity it provides to build relationships with my patients. The human body is interesting and complex, and I enjoy teaching patients about various conditions and helping them through the healing process.
I chose ear nose and throat (otolaryngology) because of the variety of the patients I can treat and the ability to provide care in both the clinic and the operating room. I enjoy treating the old and the young and forming relationships with families as I treat members of the same family for a variety of conditions.
I attended medical school at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia and completed residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. While in Wisconsin, I trained at the largest pediatric hospital in the state and learned from multiple fellowship-trained physicians in all subspecialty areas of ENT.
I get the most satisfaction as a doctor from helping my patients improve their quality of life. From breathing difficulties, hearing complaints, sinus problems, voice dysfunction and everything in between, I look forward to taking care of you and your family.
After spending time away from Utah, I am excited to be living by the mountains again. I enjoy running, hiking, boating, skiing and being outside. My wife and I are busy with our three children, and I enjoy serving in my church and in the community.
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