Bliss believes in building strong relationships and understanding each patient as a whole person - what their lives are like, what they care about, their concerns, and life goals in addition to their health conditions. She collaborates with patients to create evidence-based, proactive, and realistic plans customized to their unique needs and lifestyle. She's especially passionate about caring for people with disabilities, chronic health conditions, and complex life challenges. She's also very interested in mental and reproductive health.
Bliss enjoys being active with her kids to stay healthy, reading, and writing. She also loves educating healthcare students and professionals about the social determinants of health and how to provide excellent care for patients with disabilities. Bliss graduated from Duke University School of Medicine. She completed her residency in internal medicine primary care as well as a primary care research fellowship at UCSF.
Note: sees patients age 18 and older.