My experience in general pediatrics the first half of my career enabled me to understand the challenges and joys of primary care for children from birth to adolescence. As a specialist who evaluates children for developmental and behavioral disorders, I find it rewarding to work with children who may have developmental and learning differences and their families to identify their child’s strengths and build resiliency. In addition to clinical services, I enjoy teaching and was faculty for the University of Texas Dell Medical School and directed the Developmental-Behavioral rotation for the UT Austin Pediatric Residency Program before moving to Alaska. I am excited to be a part of the Providence Medical Group’s Neuroscience Clinic and working with the community to expand neurodevelopmental services in Alaska. I joined Providence to work with other pediatric subspecialists to improve quality of life and outcomes for medically complex children and because I believe in Providence’s core values and mission. I look forward to meeting your child and joining in your family’s journey!
University of Texas medical Branch School at Galveston School of Medicine 1998
Phoenix Childrens/Maricopa Medical Center Pediatrics 2001
Children's Hospital/Harvard Medical School Pediatrics 2003
American Board of Pediatrics, Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics