Clinical Interest for Patients
My many clinical interests include caring for patients who carry a high risk for developing breast cancer, treating benign breast conditions, and helping in the management of patients with breast cancer and/or patients requiring breast surgery.
I strive to provide exceptional care to all patients. I understand the stress and anxiety that can accompany a medical diagnosis. My goal is to ease you through the processes of diagnosis, treatment, prevention and wellness and provide a source of comfort, compassion, and education.
In my spare time, I enjoy experiencing Colorado's beautiful outdoor scenery, hiking, spending time with family, and spoiling my 3 dogs (2 pugs and a rescued mixed breed).
I have a passion for education. During my time in Houston, I volunteered with the Baylor College of Medicine Physician Assistant Program as a mentor to students, as well as a preceptor in the course entitled Physical Diagnosis.
I have spoken to the teachers of Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District on the topic of skin cancer, including reducing risks for themselves and their students. I also presented a lecture at the 2018 American Academy of Physician Assistants conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, entitled "It's Not Always a Lipoma, the Guide to Managing Lumps and Bumps."