Entering medicine, I always knew I wanted to improve the quality of life of my patients. As a urologist, I have the distinct privilege of helping my patients live healthier, happier, and more active lives. I enjoy empowering my patients to seek treatment for conditions that can be very sensitive and personal in nature. It is a great joy when I see my patients return to activities that they once loved (such as playing with their kids/grandkids or a simple game of golf) but could not perform due to their urologic conditions. My husband and I moved to Maine because of its beauty and warm sense of community. In my spare time I enjoy hiking, running, reading by the fire on cold nights, and watching my beloved Baltimore Ravens. It is truly an honor to be able to live and work in Maine and to take care of its wonderful people.
Project Name: Collaboration Between Urology Residents and Inpatient Nurses to Expedite Suprapubic Catheter Exchanges for Patients