What I enjoy most about primary care is the ability to develop relationships with my patients and their families over the years. Our medical office is really a medical “home,” a place to help ease ongoing life stressors, provide care during acute illness and help improve chronic medical conditions. Giving high-quality medical care, with a loving holistic approach while coordinating with other members of a patient’s healthcare team to achieve a patient’s healthcare/ lifestyle goals is the daily service I strive to provide my patients.
Baptist Health –the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences IM Residency Program
Professor of Medicine University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Section of General Internal Medicine
Outpatient & inpatient resident teaching, teaching advanced clinical decision-making skills, faculty development in teaching skills & evaluation, incorporating quality improvement & patient safety into bedside clinical teaching.
Care of the medically complex frail patient in the inpatient and outpatient setting; health prevention & population health
Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine
Added qualification in Geriatric Medicine
Diplomate of the ABIM Hospice and Palliative Medicine