“I believe the human body is a wonderful structure. In most cases
of disease or illness, my role is to educate the patient and help with a timely intervention.”
With a natural interest in science and math, I chose to follow my father’s footsteps and pursue a career in medicine. I received my medical degree from Chicago Medical School and completed my residency in family medicine at St. Mary’s Hospital in Milwaukee. I am board certified in family medicine.
I am a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Medical Association. Currently, I am a clinical instructor at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Department of Family Medicine. I have earned numerous awards, including the AMA’s Physician’s Recognition Award. In 1977, I received federal grant funding and was instrumental in establishing the 16th Street Community Clinic on Milwaukee’s south side.
Married with two daughters, I enjoy watching sports, playing golf and hockey, and have been involved in coaching hockey in various youth programs in Milwaukee.