Special interest in ensuring thorough and satisfactory care for his patients and families in the clinic, the operating room, or in the hospital. Serves on the Patient Safety and Quality Improvement committee for the American Academy of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery. Enjoys teaching medical students and residents both medicine and otolaryngology, with particular interest in how to develop and grow the patient-physician relationship.
Education / Training
- B.S. Biology - University of Richmond - Richmond, VA (2005)
- Medical Degree - Jefferson Medical College - Philadelphia, PA (2006)
- Residency - Wayne State University School of Medicine - Detroit, MI (2011)
- Otolaryngology Fellowship - Children's National Medical Center - Washington, DC (2011)