Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA
Masters of Public Health, Tulane University of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, New Orleans, LA
Radiation Oncology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Patient Care Philosophy
I believe in caring for my patients as a whole, not just as a person with cancer but simply as a person first. I focus not only on the diagnosis and appropriate treatments but also the physical, social, financial, and personal stressors in my patients’ lives that can also impact their ability to tolerate treatment. Doing so, I develop a strong working relationship with them and their loved ones through their journey with cancer and survivorship after. A critical step in delivering cancer care is developing rapport with my patients and having a down-to-earth, humble personality which lends itself to effective patient-centered care. Given the disruption that a cancer diagnosis and subsequent treatment can have on a person and their loved ones, I attempt to make the experience as educational, empowering, and enjoyable as possible. I often act as a motivator and cancer “coach” for my patients, attempting to be with them through every step of the way. I feel that my approachable, dependable bedside manner allows me to deliver the best care possible and empower my patients and their caregivers to achieve great outcomes.
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