Having grown up with two medical professionals as parents, I knew I wanted to work in the medical field from a very young age. I loved hearing about the ways in which my parents were able to help people every single day. After having worked in several different areas of nursing, I realized that primary care providers are some of, if not the best suited individuals to help patients regain and maintain control over their health. Therefore, I went back to school to become a family nurse practitioner so I can help patients become the healthiest version of themselves.
How I stay healthy and happy
Trying to keep up with my surfing, skiing, adventurous husband and very energetic dog! Plus, I love a good smoothie.
Colby College, Bachelor’s Degree in Biology
Northeastern University, Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
Regis College, Master’s Degree in Nursing
Direct Primary Care.
In my past nursing roles I witnessed the dysfunction that ensues within the traditional primary care model: burned-out providers, frustrated patients, short and incomplete appointments, long wait times, surprise bills, etc. I was connected with Dr. Gold by one of his patients who knew that I needed a preceptor for my nurse practitioner training. After the first week of my rotation at Gold Direct Care, I quickly realized that direct primary care eliminates all of the problems I had encountered within the traditional primary care model. Providers can spend quality time with their patients, patients can get the care they need when they need it, and care is provided at a transparent, affordable price. Now that I am a part of this growing direct primary care practice, I am excited to offer more patients the opportunity join our community and receive the primary care they deserve.