Education: Chamberlain University
When I was little, I cut my toe on a shovel. It started bleeding so I did what I saw in the movies and applied pressure to it. I became fascinated with the way the body works and knew I wanted to be a healthcare provider one day. I joined the navy right out of high school and got a lot of medical experience there.
It’s my goal to provide my patients with the best care possible. I want them to feel comfortable being open and honest with me. Healthcare is always evolving, and I think teamwork is so important. It’s hard to do things alone.
I’m a big family guy. In my free time, I enjoy hanging out with my wife and kids. We love camping and off-roading and going to the beach.