It is my practice to keep myself educated on all the newest technologies and treatments available so that my patients can have the benefit of that knowledge.
I earned my medical degree from the University Tech De Santiago. My residency in internal medicine was completed at Sinai Samaritan Medical in Milwaukee followed by a primary care development fellowship at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. I am board certified in internal medicine.
Since 1988, I have practiced internal medicine and been an assistant professor of clinical medicine at the University of Wisconsin Medical School. Being involved in the teaching of future physicians gives me a dynamic and fresh perspective on current medical advancements that I am able to pass on to my patients. I am also an active member of several hospital committees and have participated in clinical research designed to improve the quality of life for patients. In addition to English, I am fluent in Spanish and Urdu/Hindi.
An American citizen, I enjoy living in Wisconsin with its distinctive four seasons.