“Communication is the key to any successful relationship. The patient and the physician both have to listen and be heard. With proper communication, treatment options can be explored and instituted with the patient actively involved in the decision-making process.”
In 1980, I received my medical degree from St. Louis University in Missouri. My internship and residency were completed at St. Michael Hospital in Milwaukee, Wis. The following three years, I worked at the Milwaukee Indian Health Board, a public health clinic. I am board certified in family practice and have practiced in the Milwaukee area for more than 25 years.
I enjoy the entire scope of family practice, including care of everyone from newborn to elderly.
Outside of the office, my time is spent following my children in all their athletic and scholastic activities. If any time is left, I like running for both relaxation and cardiovascular fitness.