Lisa is a friendly, evidence-based provider who is passionate about primary care and patient education. Lisa strives to develop meaningful relationships with her patients in order to individualize their treatment plans. She takes time during each visit to educate her patients, being sure they have a clear understanding of their current health and any suggested treatment. Lisa is a firm believer in preventing disease through maintaining a healthy diet, exercise, and stress relieving activities, and follows her own advice by running, rock climbing, and cooking with plenty of veggies. She graduated from Wake Forest University School of Medicine and is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.