I joined Unity Care in 2023.
I have a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY, and a Master of Physician Assistant Studies from Indiana University in Indianapolis, IN.
I’ve provided family medicine care at Community Health Centers in Washington, California, and Michigan. This includes caring for rural and underserved populations. I’ve worked with substance use disorders patients for medication assisted treatment, and provided medical education to common disease states including Type 1 and 2 diabetes, hypertension, coronary artery disease, obesity, smoking, and COPD.
I am devoted to detailed care to better serve communities, and passionate about practicing with the highest of ethical and medical standards.
I played soccer in college and still love to play to this day. I enjoy spending time outdoors either skiing, going out on a boat, or even the simple walk. I love dogs and can’t wait to have my own soon.
I graduated from Washington State University in 2005, with a Masters degree in Nursing, Family.
I have been working at UCNW as a fill-in clinician since 2007.
My mission is to serve people wholeheartedly, with kindness and respect.
I joined Unity Care NW in 2023.
I have a Doctor of Medicine from American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine. I received an MBA in Health Services from Keller Graduate School of Management, and a Bachelor of Science in General Biology from the University of British Columbia.
My residency training was completed in Flint, Michigan, where I gained experience working with underserved populations. I am fluent in Punjabi and have a working knowledge of Hindi.
Following residency, I wanted to continue to work with underserved populations and felt that the community healthcare setting was the best way for me to contribute to providing high quality healthcare to those who need it most.
I joined Unity Care NW in 2022.
I received my my BA in Social Ecology from the University of California Irvine, and my MS in Nursing from the University of California San Francisco. I specialize in Family Practice, and am a Certified Diabetes Educator. I enjoy seeing patients of all ages.
I am a high desert/mountain transplant to the Pacific Northwest to be closer to people and places I love. I enjoy playing outdoors with four and two-legged friends, mostly on land and snow, and hope to hone my paddle skills here on the lakes and bay.
I like community based health for the diversity of people, backgrounds, interests, faiths, and cultures. I also like working beside people that are drawn to this setting.
I joined Unity Care NW in 2023.
I received my Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Gonzaga University. Afterward, I obtained my Master of Science – Family Nurse Practitioner from United States University, San Diego.
I am a member of the Mount Baker Nurse Practitioners Association, and the Washington State Nurses Association. My leisure activities include hiking, biking, traveling, reading, and spending time with my family.
One of the main reasons I like working in community health is because it allows me an opportunity to provide health equity and reduce health disparities.
I joined Unity Care NW in 2022.
I have a BS in Biology from the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma WA, and a Master in Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) from Northern Arizona University at the Phoenix Biomedical Campus.
My background includes working as a US Peace Corps health volunteer in Mozambique, and partnering with the International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs (ICAP) to enroll and improve upon HIV treatment. After PA school, I was a study clinician at the Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health (CAIH) in the Southwest, working on phase 3 clinical trials in partnership with IHS, followed by working at Planned Parenthood Los Angeles.
My interests include mountaineering, backpacking, and environmentalism. Se habla español. I enjoy working in community health because it gives me the opportunity to provide accessible care and be a resource to underserved populations. It’s also rewarding to be in a position to help address barriers to healthcare that an individual may be experiencing.
I received my Bachelors degree in Nursing from Oregon Health Sciences University, and my Masters degree in Nursing from the University of New Mexico.
I specialize in family medicine, with interests in women’s health, gender affirming care (including hormone replacement therapy), and STI testing and prevention (including PrEP).
I enjoy spending time with family and our dog, camping, hiking, and exploring.
Community health care has always been an interest of mine. I grew up in a rural community, and understand the barriers underserved communities face in accessing quality healthcare. Through my work at Unity Care NW, I strive to provide high-quality, easily accessible, and culturally competent care to all individuals with medical needs.
I graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a Bachelors degree in Nursing in 1985, and an MA in Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner in 1996.
I enjoy putting my varied experience into practice at Unity Care Northwest. I worked here permanently and then as a ﬁll-in clinician since 1999.
Community health feels like home and especially so here where I have the good fortune to have met so many patients and colleagues. I like working in this setting built on team spirit and the shared goals of providing integrated and accessible medical, dental and behavioral health care to all in our community.
During my time oﬀ I enjoy fresh air, music and the company of friends and family.
I joined Unity Care NW in September 2021.
I earned my medical degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in Cleveland, OH, and completed my Family Medicine residency at Long Beach Memorial Medical Center in Long Beach, CA. While in residency, I helped expand care to include management of PrEP and hormone therapy for trans patients. Upon completion of my residency, I worked as a Physician for Vista Community Clinic, a community health center in Vista, CA. There I managed a large volume of culturally diverse, medically complex patients and worked in their Women’s Center.
I love helping patients take ownership of their health through education, and take my role as an advocate for my patients as my guiding philosophy in medicine!
I started working at Unity Care in 2021.
I received my BA from Western Washington University, and my doctorate in medicine from Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia. I completed my residency at Swedish Family Medicine First Hill in Seattle. I worked at Country Doctor in Seattle for eight years as a Family Medicine Physician, performing obstetrics, and providing HIV care, gender affirming care and addiction recovery care.
I feel my role as a family physician is to work with my patients on becoming healthy and whole so that they can in turn focus on caring for their families and friends, helping them to be healthy and whole as well. I enjoy caring for whole families through all stages of life – from newborn care to elder care. Se habla español.