I recently completed my fellowship training and am honored to join the Kaiser Permanente family.
I had 2 passions growing up — school and sports. As the daughter of an engineer and an internal medicine physician, education was important to me. I excelled in my high school studies and played tennis at the national level. Both helped me earn a scholarship to the University of Michigan, and I was a captain of the tennis team my senior year. I went on to get my master’s at Wayne State in Michigan, medical school training at Touro University in Nevada, and residency at White Memorial Hospital . I recently completed my primary care sports medicine fellowship at Rush University in Illinois, which gave me the opportunity to work with numerous professional teams and college athletes.
My practice is an integration of internal medicine and sports medicine. In the Urgent Care Department, I treat injuries in addition to illness.
As a former collegiate tennis player, I live well under competition and in challenging situations. I love exercising and spending time with family and friends.