I am a non-invasive cardiologist, meaning I see patients for acute cardiovascular issues, follow them for chronic cardiovascular issues, and—perhaps most importantly—try to prevent cardiovascular issues in the first place. I am board certified in cardiovascular medicine, adult echocardiography, nuclear cardiology, and cardiac CT.
I have been at Lankenau for nearly 10 years—I did my cardiology training here from 2006-2009 and have been on faculty since then. I am intimately involved with medical education, and work closely with students, residents, and fellows on a daily basis. This helps me to keep myself on the cutting edge of cardiovascular medicine.
I grew up in Cherry Hill, NJ and went to college at Duke University. My medical degree is from the University of Virginia, and I completed my internal medicine training at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. I am currently in private practice as a member of Bryn Mawr Medical Specialists Association, and proud to practice primarily at Lankenau Medical Center.
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Cardiovascular Disease Board certified since 2009
Echocardiography Board certified since 2009
Nuclear Cardiology Board certified since 2009