I always knew I wanted to help people and growing up I was very sick, so I decided to go into healthcare. I specifically chose women’s health because I personally know too many women who don’t understand their bodies and are too embarrassed to talk about it. I want to help them feel more comfortable and understand what is and … Read More
Education: Midwestern University A pilot, that’s what I wanted to be when I was little – I was fascinated with airplanes! Then as I got older, I realized I wanted to do things to help people. I thought about being a teacher, or social worker, but decided on health care. Mountain Park is a great fit because I really like the people … Read More
Board Certified My parents used to take me to the local pharmacy to get help from the pharmacist, so ever since then I wanted to become a pharmacist. I like the interaction with patients, and I love to help them understand their health so they can follow their regimens. At Mountain Park, I love our patient population, they are very … Read More
EducationMidwestern University ClinicBaseline, Maryvale and Tempe When I was little, I wanted to be a writer because I loved books. But I then decided to pursue healthcare because I’d be able to help others. At Mountain Park, I love the patient population and our healthcare teams. I have a cat, and I like to play Tabletop games.
EducationTouro College of Pharmacy ClinicBaseline As a child growing up in Texas, I wanted to be a veterinarian. I loved animals and knew I wanted to help them. As I got older I had to help my mom deal with her health issues, often acting as a translator since she didn’t speak English. That’s when I realized that I wanted … Read More
EducationUniversity of CaliforniaMidwestern University ClinicBaseline I feel like I wanted to be so many different things when I was little. As the older sister, I wanted to be a teacher because I was always teaching things to my brother. But during school, I became interested in pharmacy and the opportunity to educate the public about their health. Pharmacists are so … Read More