"The two most important days of your life is the day your were born and the day you find out why…" - Mark Twain. I find this quote haunting and wonder how many of us have found out why we are here on earth. At a very young age I knew I wanted to be a doctor. Albert Scwheitzer was my idol at a young age. I also aspired to heaven, and thought, well, "he is the closest I know to sainthood." I was then inspired by Mother Theresa and she was the honorary degree recipient at my college graduation. Medical school to me was a path to healing, caring and community connections. I usually envisioned myself somewhere in New England with a 100 cows, delivering babies and doing general surgery. My career has taken me on a different path but with no less involvement in community, healing and caring. I have spent a life learning from my patients the burdens they carry, their strength in the face of adversity, the trials, both emotional and financial yet they remain optimistic in life.
Our practice is committed to facilitating the patients path to wellness. For some, this may mean complex medications and therapies, for other, it may be healing a long held sorrow. My staff knows every patient and their needs, often providing transportation, food and other support. To say I am proud of my staff is to under state their commitment to all our patients.
Over the last 30 years, we have developed a well connected network of experts in all fields, are closely aligned at Massachusetts General Hospital, Tufts and the Brigham and Womens hospital. We are not bound by networks, we are bound by your needs.