- Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth - Hanover, in Doctor of Medicine, 2002
- University of Rochester Medical Center - Rochester, in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2006
- AM BD OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY awarded in 01/15/2009
- American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists
- Utah Medical Association
- Obstetrics and Gynecology
Office gynecology including well-women exams. Specific areas of interest include management of peri/menopause symptoms, contraceptive needs, focus on healthy lifestyle (stress management, nutrition, exercise), evaluation for abnormal uterine bleeding, management of vulvovaginal infections. I am also pleased to practice full-scope obstetrics in collaboration with our midwives.
On a rainy day in April of 2018 I traveled to Layton from my home in New Hampshire for an interview and tour of Layton Hospital. As I put on my hard hat and vest over my interview clothes, I was filled with a sense of excitement. What I saw and heard that day far exceeded my expectations. The vision for the practice aligned perfectly with my approach to clinical care and the design of the hospital was extraordinary. As I said to my husband later that day, I was all-in even before I could see those amazing mountains. I completed my medical training at Dartmouth Medical School (now Geisel School of Medicine) in Hanover, NH and graduated in 2002. From there I went on to residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY. I practiced in Rochester for 6 years after residency and then moved back to New Hampshire for another 6 years of clinical practice. My interest in OB/GYN started even before medical school when I worked in a women's health clinic. In medical school my interest continued, and I knew that OB/GYN would be the best fit for me. I continue to be grateful for the privilege of providing healthcare to women from adolescence to menopause. Each patient brings with her a unique story and health concerns, and it is my job to meet my patients where they are. What I found over the years is that my greatest tools are my ears. If you are quiet and listen, patients will tell you what they need.