To help patients improve their overall health, Maureen seeks to optimize both their physical and mental well-being through a collaborative partnership. She strongly believes in the importance of preventive care and thinks getting enough rest and eating well can have a huge impact on health. She's especially interested in women's health, reproductive health, and mental well-being.
Maureen keeps herself healthy by doing regular yoga, cooking her own vegetable-packed meals, prioritizing a good night's sleep, and spending time outdoors on a regular basis. Outside of work, she loves learning about other cultures through travel and enjoys kitesurfing and other water sports. A former Doctors Without Borders volunteer, she also spends time providing medical evaluations to victims of violence seeking asylum in the U.S. and tutoring children. Maureen earned her medical degree from Loyola University Chicago's Stritch School of Medicine and completed her residency at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center. She's board-certified in family medicine.
Other languages spoken: conversational French, beginner Arabic and Spanish