Q: Tell us about your background as a doctor.
A: Montclair State U. 1981-1986, MD RWJ Rutgers 1986-1990, Residency RWJ Internal Medicine 1990-1993
Q: Why did you choose to become a doctor?
A: Passion for learning and desire to help people.
Q: Why did you choose to practice in the (primary care /urgent care / occupational health) specialty?
A: Primary care - I like the holistic approach to treat the total person.
Q: What unique skills do you possess?
A: I am bilingual.
Q: Describe your day to day activities, priorities and tasks. What do you like best?
A: Family and work (profession).
Q: What accomplishments are you most proud of?
A: Living up to my parents expectations and making their sacrifices bare fruit.
Q: What are the key challenges of this field of medicine? How is it changing?
A: To provide excellent care to all members of society with diminishing resources. Over bureaucratization of medicine.
Q: If you couldn’t be a doctor, what would you be doing?
A: Educator or researcher.
Q: What makes working at Care Station special?
A: Total care access to many of the diagnostic modalities that helps decision making.
Q: Why should patients choose Care Station for their primary care?
A: Above, access, patient centered.
Q: Tell us a little something about yourself.
A: 54 years old, married, 1 child.
Q: How do you like to spend your free time?
A: I have an interest in the history of civilization, anthropology, archaeology also enjoy spending time with my family.