As a hospitalist at Memorial Hospital, I care for people who are admitted to the hospital with a wide range of conditions, such as infections, cancer-related emergencies, and exacerbations of other medical conditions like heart failure or kidney disease. Hospitalizations can be challenging for patients and their families; I strive to come to a holistic understanding of my patients and their goals for their care, and to develop evidence-based treatment plans in collaboration with their outpatient oncologist. In my free time, I enjoy biking along the Hudson River, and I work on a podcast called CoreIM: At the Bedside, which explores topics in ethics and medical humanities.
Awards and Honors
Residents and Fellows Chapter of the Gold Humanism Honor Society, NYU School of Medicine (2018)
Rudin Medical Ethics and Humanities Fellowship (2018)
Glasgow Rubin Commendations for Academic Achievement, American Medical Women’s Association (2017)
Doctors at Memorial Sloan Kettering work as teams, with specialists from all different areas. This allows us to consider all your needs together, and to give you the best possible care.