Board Certified by the American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology
I majored in philosophy and theology in college, and I always believed that I would eventually end up with a career in education. At the time, I also worked as a volunteer in my university's Hospice program and remember seeing a quote on the wall from Albert Pine that stated, "What we do for ourselves, dies with us. What we do for others and the world, remains immortal."
I remember leaving work that day, unable to get that quote out of my mind. I wanted a life of service, and I believed that medicine would be a universal way to touch lives that could transcend all boundaries.
I went on to obtain my medical degree at Southern Illinois University and completed my residency at Washington University in St. Louis. During the last decade, as a clinical and academic faculty member at Washington University School of Medicine, I was able to bridge my two passions: teaching and service. For the past 5 years, I have served as Director of Surgical Skills for the residency program, developing surgical drills, protocols and simulations to improve patient safety.
Being an OB/GYN brings such joy to my life. I treasure the long term relationships I am able to build with my patients--I am eager to hear about each and every life moment, and am not ashamed to admit that my job often doesn't seem like work! My devotion to my patients has only enhanced my life thus far, and I expect that incredible feeling to continue with MCNT. Obstetrics and Gynecology is an amazing specialty, one that I would never trade.
In my free time, I enjoy running, cooking and traveling to new places around the world with my favorite travel partner, my husband, Kevin. I also help to run a domestic violence shelter and participate in an annual medical mission trip to the Dominican Republic.
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