I was born in a small town in Jamaica, where I was raised by my grandparents and aunts. In my early teens, I moved to Boston, Mass. to join my parents. I was attracted to the medical field by observing one of my aunts, who was a nurse, during her interaction with her patients. I received my medical education at University of Massachusetts Medical School, and I moved to Georgia immediately after I completed my training. I was in private practice for about three years, after which I was privileged to join the Kaiser Permanente team in November 2012.
Acerca de mi práctica médica
I am a member of the Kaiser Permanente Ambulatory Medicine Department. As a team, our physicians, nurses and other staff are committed to listen, guide, manage and treat acute and chronic medical illnesses. This spans a wide spectrum of diagnoses from the common cold to diabetes. I believe you, our members, are the central part of the team and we are here to guide, support and educate you as you make important decisions about your health.
Cómo vivo bien
I believe action is the key. I enjoy cooking for my family, taking long walks in the evening and exercising a few times each week. My hobbies are reading, dancing and going on family vacations. I also make an effort to spend some time in meditation in the morning and at the end of the day. I also enjoy spending time with my husband and raising our seven children.