I am a native of New York City and moved to Georgia to attend medical school. I attended the Medical College of Georgia, and trained in internal medicine and infectious diseases in Washington, D.C. I have practiced medicine in Atlanta since 1984, and joined Kaiser Permanente in 1992.
I am part of our infectious diseases (ID) service. The infectious disease service cares for members with pneumonia, chronic sinusitis, fevers of unknown origin, recurrent urinary tract infections, all sorts of bone and joint infections, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and a wide range of other infections.
I try to lead an active lifestyle by exercising and maintaining hobbies. I enjoy running, biking and swimming. In my free time, I take pleasure in woodworking, construction, raising bonsai and dancing. I also have a very supportive family and enjoy spending time with them.