Medicine is my second career. I earned an MBA from Brigham Young University in 1993 and worked for Intel until 2000. I started to develop an interest in medicine after I was diagnosed with diabetes. That started me on the track to becoming a provider so I could help others with similar conditions. I graduated from Midwestern University in 2007 and discovered my love of family medicine.
Family medicine allows me to be a medical home for my patients. My practice in Gunnison was everything medicine. Family medicine, for me, is important, because I can care for individuals and families from birth forward through all the different stages of life and health.
At Eagle Mountain, I hope to provide a majority of care for patients and quick access to a doctor. You can’t plan for when you get sick, so waiting days or weeks for an appointment isn’t going to help you when you have the flu right now. I want to be available for patients as they need me, both for planned events and the unforeseen sickness.
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