Physician Assistant, an advanced practice degree for primary care providers who undergo extensive practical training and board certification, and are licensed to practice medicine including the full range of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
I enjoy collaborating and educating patients about the health issues and goals important to them, and empowering them to make the right health decisions. After practicing for 40 years, I‘ve learned the importance of preventive health, helping people manage chronic health conditions, and the importance of mental health in overall well-being. I believe in developing a strong patient provider relationship.
Plus, a good dose of humor is always good medicine!
How I stay healthy and happy
Being out in nature. Gardening. Animals. Spending time with my cat and dog. Listening to music and reading. Traveling to visit family and friends.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)
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