As a female Gastroenterologist, I fully appreciate the trust and caring that needs to go into giving my patients the highest quality treatment and care. I believe in excellent Care that is surpassed by none. Having always wanted to be a physician, I take my oath as a physician and my job as your doctor seriously and very personally. I have been dedicated to the care and study of diseases and maladies related to the digestive organs for nearly one and a half decades and I look forward to the opportunity of extending that care to your health and well-being.
- GI Procedures
- Gender Female
Education & Experience
- Doctor of Medicine , University of Texas Medical Branch : 1991
- Diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine : 1995
- Diplomat of the American Board of Gastroenterology : 1998
- Practice of Gastroenterology(Newport Beach) : 1998
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