401 W. Poplar Street
Walla Walla, WA 99362
Philosophy of Care
When I see a patient, I look at the whole person. This includes the patient, their family, their work, where they live and other considerations – since all of these impact their health.
Pritzker School of Medicine, University of Chicago
University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics (Internal Medicine)
Chief Resident and Instructor in Medicine, University of Chicago
Awards & Achievements
1980 Upjohn Resident Award, University of Chicago Hospitals and Clinics
1994 Walla Walla Valley Medical Society Physician Recognition Award
1996 Washington State Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Recognition Award for work on HIV curriculum
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Washington
Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Washington
Sleep disorders medicine, with particular interest in bringing cost-effective diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders into primary care medicine.
Clinical care of patients with sleep disorders.
Clinical research on sleep disorders.
Teaching about sleep disorders to health care providers and the lay public.
Medicine, family, golf, music (classical bassoon and bass clarinet, jazz-pop saxophone) and home-beer brewing.
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