Master’s degree Physician Assistant studies from Heritage University.
Bachelor’s degree in Advance paramedic studies from Brigham Young University Idaho.
Clinical training here at Central Washington Family Medicine.
Prior to any schooling, I served a full-time church mission in El Salvador where I gained an appreciation and respect for the Latin American culture. From this experience, I am now fluent in Spanish and enjoy serving the people of this valley.
After receiving my bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University Idaho in Advanced Paramedic Studies I worked as a first responder/paramedic for EMSA/AMR in Oklahoma City. I was able to help and serve this community for 4 years.
My desire was to continue my schooling and ultimately return home to the valley where I grew up and call home.
Family, church, Mountaineering, Rock Climbing, Hiking, Soccer, Football ( Go Hawks ), and Basketball.
Philosophy of Care:
I hope to provide excellent patient care with a team-based approach focusing on the patient’s needs physically, emotionally, and culturally.