Since the age of five, I have always known I wanted to be a doctor. During medical school, I decided to specialize in family medicine which would enable me to serve people and establish doctor-patient relationship, which is the backbone of primary care.
Having gone through the rigorous clinical and hospital training during residency, I opted to become a hospitalist, attending to more complex and acute medical conditions in an active hospital environment. I have gained significant and valuable experience as a hospitalist, and enjoyed the bustle of not knowing what next to expect.
However, as a trained family medicine physician, I have also observed how proactive and redesigned primary care can help improve overall patient wellbeing, reduce hospitalizations and emergency room visits, which have become a huge cost burden on patients. Hence, I decided to return to my passion – primary care, where I can provide excellent patient-focused medical services to patients of all ages.
With Healthcare being a locomotive barreling down America's tracks, it turns out, having health insurance doesn't guarantee well-deserved access to quality and proactive health care services. Therefore, we have redesigned a model of primary healthcare delivery for the sole benefits of patients and not “red tape” organizations.
A patient-doctor relationship is the backbone of primary care and it is essential to the delivery of high-quality healthcare. I am passionate about providing the highest level of care for my patients as they truly deserve, and I respect the esteem value placed on me by my patients and their families. I am committed to see and treat our members and their families as VIPs – Very Important Patients. My goal is to help patients live a healthier and happier life.