Q: Tell us about your background as a doctor.
A: Seton Hall University – undergraduate
UMDNJ Medical School
Internship residency in Internal Medicine at Union Hospital, Union NJ
Q: Why did you choose to become a doctor?
A: My love for science at a young age and an AP Science course in high school in Human Anatomy and Physiology really made my decision for me.
Q: Why did you choose to practice in an open access primary care practice?
A: Because I enjoy problem solving and educating my patients across all specialty fields as opposed to focusing on just one organ system.
Q: Describe your day to day activities, priorities and tasks. What do you like best?
A: Patient care is a bulk of my day - direct face-to-face care.
Q: What accomplishments are you most proud of?
A: The number of patients that are with me from the time I started in practice and the number of multigenerational families I care for.
Q: What are the key challenges of this field of medicine? How is it changing?
A: Having enough time to spend with each patient and yet fit in all the patients that need to be seen in a day into the schedule.
Q: If you couldn’t be a physician, what would you be doing?
A: Never thought about it.
Q: What makes working at Care Station special?
A: It offers me the opportunity to offer more comprehensive care for my patients.
Q: Why should patients choose Care Station for their primary care?
A: It offers extensive care option to keep them healthy in a progressive based setting.