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Care Philosophy: One of the most important functions in my role as a pediatrician is to be an advocate for children and the families that support them. I applaud the many parents who provider emotional, physical, and other forms of support which ultimately results in the success of their children.
Care Philosophy: I believe in a family-centered approach to care. I strive to empower parents and patients with knowledge so they can be partners in their health.
Care Philosophy: My mission is to practice medicine with integrity, compassion, and dedication in order to benefit the overall well-being of the patients I serve in both my local community and around the world.
Care Philosophy: One of the joys of pediatric care is that it offers an opportunity for continuity of care and the unique experience of caring for patients through infancy into young adulthood. It is a privilege to work with children and their families daily. I believe in creating health partnerships and like collaboration with both my patients and their parents. I provide care in a friendly, positive, and supportive environment, in addition to treating each patient within the context of their social environment.
Care Philosophy: I enjoy providing care to children with special healthcare needs. My goal as a pediatrician is to maximize the opportunity that every child has to be happy, healthy and successful.
Care Philosophy: I want to advocate for children and provide quality healthcare by collaborating with families to help children be safe, happy and healthy.
Care Philosophy: I treat every patient and family I encounter with the concern and respect I would want to receive. I try to treat each encounter as unique and I recognize that not every patient care situation is the same. I welcome questions, and feel that education families about disease processes, as well as normal development, is an essential part of pediatric care.
Care Philosophy: I believe prevention is key. Also being honest and open to both parents and patients is the key to having a good doctor-patient relationship.
Care Philosophy: I believe parents and caregivers should have a say when it comes to the care of their children. I also believe it is my responsibility to present all scientific-based facts and options to them to make the best decision for their family.
Care Philosophy: I try to involve family as a valuable team member to provide the best care for my patients.
Care Philosophy: I thrive to provide thorough, sound pediatric medical care and advice to my patients and families in a respectful, honest and most ethical way.