“My parents were paramedics, and my grandfather had a heart transplant when I was a little girl, so a career in nursing was natural fit for me. As a new RN, I went to work in the neurosurgical intensive care unit. During my five-and-a-half years there, I unfortunately saw the worst outcomes of uncontrolled chronic diseases. I decided to become a nurse practitioner so I could work one-on-one with patients to help manage their health issues and prevent complications. So that’s my goal, to keep you healthy and home with your family.
When in I’m not in the office, I enjoy being a new mom to my son, cheering for the Carolina Panthers with my husband, and spending as much time as possible in the South Carolina Lowcountry.”