American Board of Internal Medicine
My role as a hospitalist is to provide patients the understanding of their health issues so that they can make their own decisions, rather than me simply telling them what I think is best for them. I then try to help them reach their goals.I chose to go into medicine because it allows me independence of thought and action. It allows me to affect the quality of people’s lives at the most basic level, using tools available to a select few.I am board certified in Internal Medicine and also certified in Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support.In addition to caring for patients who are hospitalized, I enjoy flying radio-controlled model airplanes and helicopters and I belong to a model aircraft club in Green Bay.I also enjoy motorcycling and sailing. I am married and have two stepsons.
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine