I grew up in Calgary, Alberta, and graduated in Honours Chemistry from the University of Calgary. I moved to Edmonton in 1999 to attend Medical School at the University of Alberta.
Upon graduation, I received the Dr Susan R. Koilpillai Memoral Prize in Family Medicine. I then completed my Rural Family Medicine Residency based out of Red Deer, Alberta.
I started at Westgrove Clinic in 2006, immediately following residency and have never left! I worked for two years in the Emergency Department at the Westview Health Centre, did obstetrics from 2006- 2011 and inpatient hospital work from 2006-2017.
In addition to my office work at Westgrove Clinic, I am the physician lead of the Youth Mental Health Clinic, I work at the After Hours Clinic in Spruce Grove and I work at the hospice at the Westview Health Centre.
I have also done extra training in vasectomies and have been performing no-scalpel vasectomies at Westgrove Clinic since 2012.
I love working at Westgrove Clinic as our staff and physicians are amazing! Everyone works together as a team to bring the best possible health care to our patients. It is truly a pleasure to work with such great people.
One of the best things about being a family doctor is getting to know your patients.
Thank you to all of my patients who allow me into their lives. When I am not at work, you can usually find me playing ultimate frisbee, waterskiing or coaching one of my two kids at soccer.
Copyright © 2020 Westgrove Clinic