A little about me
I grew up as a Bronx/Long Island hybrid. I spent half of my early days in the Parkchester area of the Bronx and the rest of mypre-residency days in Nassau County on Long Island. I was enrolled in an accelerated Bachelors of Science/Doctor of Osteopathy program through the New York Institute of Technology and the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. I found the Mid Hudson Family Medicine program offered me comprehensive training in family medicine while still caring about its residents like they’re a part of the family. The ability to care for multi-generational families, the diversity of patients and pathologies and the challenges and rewards of teaching are the most exciting parts of Family Medicine for me. Outside of work, I am an entertainment buff who enjoys a wide variety of music, movies, television, reading (mostly fiction) and all sorts of writing. I spend my free time enjoying friends and family, being an active member of my local church, and trying new and delicious foods.
Why I love my job
Family medicine exposes me to a huge range of people and pathologies, and the diversity of the medicine is the most exciting part. The Mid-Hudson Family Medicine Program offers really comprehensive training in family medicine, while still caring about its residents like they’re a part of the family.