I am a board-certified nephrologist at Revere Health who specializes in treating kidney-related diseases. I chose nephrology because it allows me to combine my desire to help people with my love of math and physics. I follow patients through all levels of care, from acute problems and procedures in the hospital to follow up in the clinic and the dialysis unit, so I’m never in just one place.
Any patient, when they come to see a doctor, their primary goal is to feel better. And even though this goal can be challenging in the practice of nephrology, I work to help people help themselves through education and communication.
I grew up in Idaho, and I consider the mountain west to be home. In my time spent outside the clinic I enjoy running, music composition and performance and reading.
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