I grew up and received my medical training in Wisconsin. I had the privilege to work with many great primary care physicians while in school at the University of Wisconsin and felt primary care medicine was the best way to utilize all of my knowledge and skills.
I am a board certified family physician. I completed my residency in 1997. Following residency I practiced as a locum tenens physician in various clinics around the country. I joined Kaiser Permanente in 2004. I believe strongly in prevention and education. I enjoy caring for patients through a range of life stages, from adolescent to seniors.
When I am not working I enjoy being outside as much as possible. My favorite activities are biking, skiing, and doing pretty much anything with my wife and kids.