- American Board of Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine
- University of Michigan, MI, 1999
Residencies & Internships
- Alabama A & M University, Internal Medicine, AL, 2002
- Alabama A & M University, Internal Medicine, AL, 2000
Title: Internal Medicine Residency, Program Director
I began my medical career in 2002 at Henry Ford Hospital in the department of Academic Internal Medicine, where I became one of the associate program directors of the residency training program from 2012-2017. I moved my medical practice in 2018 to the Henry Ford Medical Center - Sterling Heights. I strive to deliver quality, comprehensive, evidence-based medical care for adult patients that includes routine physicals, acute complaints, preventive medicine and chronic disease management.
Awards & Honors:
- Named one of Hour Magazine Top Docs 2016, 2017
- General Internal Medicine Teaching Physician Award (from residents) 2009, 2011, 2013
- Teacher of the Year (from Henry Ford medical students) 2011, 2012
- Voluntary Faculty Teaching Award (from Wayne State students) 2015
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