What I enjoy most about family medicine is the relationships developed with patients that extend through the years. Compassion, empathy,...Read More
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Graduated in 1997
Graduated in 1991
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What I enjoy most about family medicine is the relationships developed with patients that extend through the years. Compassion, empathy, and intuition are not skills that are taught. They are learned from our life experiences and the life stories of others. I believe in nurturing trusting patient-provider relationships by learning their story. Allowing time for a patient to talk freely, and educate them on why a treatment plan is prescribed is important.