Prior to joining Wildwood in 2012, I had spent five years practicing rural Family Medicine in a small Wisconsin town. I learned how to care for all ages and kinds of patients with a variety of conditions. I loved the challenge and I appreciated the connection that a physician will have not only with their patients, but also their families and the entire community. Now that I am back in the city where I had studied and trained for 9 years, I aim to incorporate that sense of small-town community and partnership into my practice, by treating entire families along the full spectrum of care and using the latest evidence-based medical care with non-drug and integrative alternatives and lifestyle changes to provide the best care for patients and families.

Medical Interests Women’s health, Preventative medicine, Maternity Care, Pediatrics, Rural Health. I am a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, the Wisconsin Medical Society, and the Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care.
Personal Interests Playing the Violin, Gardening, Spending time with my amazing daughters, and cheering on the Badgers, Packers, and Brewers.
Education University of Wisconsin School of Medicine
Joined Wildwood 2012
Primary Location Madison