Get to Know Me
Being a mother of four children of my own helps me be a better pediatrician. I understand that medicine isn’t one-size-fits-all. Each family is unique and every child is an individual — and I love helping them find out who that is.
Why I Treat Children
I chose to treat children because children didn’t have a choice when they were born with or contracted an ailment. This makes it ever so tender to help them heal. Children, whether small or big, are the legacy of our families and the future of our country, and therefore I take pride in caring for them and helping them evolve. One of my biggest roles as a pediatrician is to assist families in nourishing their child’s potential o become great leaders. To care for a child also involves preventive care, helping them develop mentally and physically. At the same time, I work together with their parents through all the stages of childhood and adolescence. As a pediatrician I thoroughly enjoy being part of the process — watching children develop into young adults. Building relationships with their families is also very rewarding. These are among the many blessings of being able to call myself a medical doctor and, above all, a pediatrician.
What I'm Passionate About
I am passionate about everything I do, both in my professional life and personal life. I am an overall, all-around passionate person. When I’m not at work, my favorite thing to do is spend time with my kids, family and friends. I also love to go to the beach, watch football, travel, listen to music, dance, laugh and just be happy!
Make A Difference
I try to make a difference by making sure I respect the uniqueness of each family and listen thoroughly to their needs. I’m here to help guide them to make the right decisions for their family, whether that involves traditional medical treatment or emotional support. I also stay up-to-date with my education to help provide the best quality of care and medical decisions possible.
Education & Training
- Northshore Long Island Jewish Health System,
- Orlando Regional/Arnold Palmer,
- St. Christopher College of Medicine,
American Board of Pediatrics/General Pediatrics