I received my medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin, where I now hold the position of assistant clinical professor. I served my residency at St. Mary’s Hospital in Milwaukee, where I was named chief resident from 1990 to 1991. I have practiced in Port Washington since 1994 and am board certified in family medicine.
I enjoy family medicine because it allows me to treat patients with personal care and attention, and establish long-term relationships with every member of the family. I have a special interest in preventive medicine and patient education. In addition, I offer stress testing and flexible sigmoidoscopy screening tests.
Born and raised in Milwaukee, I live in Mequon with my wife and two daughters. In my free time, I enjoy pursuing outdoor activities and sports.