As a board-certified oncologist and hematologist, I have dedicated a large part of my life to taking up the fight against cancer, and I am committed to using my knowledge and skills to help people fight and overcome this disease.
Before I started my medical training, I was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma and became a cancer patient at the age of 20. My life perspective changed drastically: my overwhelming concern was my illness and how I could get through it. As I underwent chemotherapy, I felt frightened, sick and discouraged and I relied heavily on the skills, knowledge and support of my doctors. I quickly gained an understanding and appreciation of what it means to have cancer.
My experience with cancer helped me develop important qualities that I believe an oncologist should have—qualities that go beyond mastering medical academics and procedure. Looking back, I can remember the attributes I appreciated in those who cared for me, like being straightforward and explaining exactly what I could expect from my illness, being humorous and supportive, and knowing when to help me and when to encourage me to work through things on my own.
I am so grateful for the opportunity to help and work with cancer patients who are, in my opinion, some of the best people in the world. I am proud to be part of a family of both those who battle cancer and those who support us along the way.
Active Hospital Affiliations
Alta View Hospital in Sandy, UT
American Fork Hospital in American Fork, UT
Lone Peak Hospital in Draper, UT
Timpanogos Regional Hospital in Orem, UT
Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in Provo, UT
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