Supports New Doctors In: DE, MD, NC, VA
Fun Fact/Favorite Hobby: I enjoy buying, selling, and investing in real estate. I also like helping others do the same. My hobbies include spending time with my wife, Krystal, our pittie fur baby, Zuri, and supporting local small businesses in the Triangle, North Carolina. We often take advantage of the fact that we can be at the beach or in the mountains in ~3 hours from our home.
Vet School: North Carolina State University
Funniest Client Experience: Would have to be an old gentleman that had the best-behaved pittie who would walk to the hospital the same day, same time, every month to refill medications for his pup. He knew exactly how much it would cost, and would bring exact change every time. And, it better not be a penny over, or he would need to speak with management immediately.
Advice to new grads: Protect your time away from work. You cannot care for your patients unless you take care of yourself. Professionally, no matter the case or situation, if you develop a consistent, repeatable, problem-solving approach, and you follow it for every patient, every day, you will ultimately find the most appropriate treatment plan for your patients and clients.
“Mentorship, to me, is providing personal and professional guidance to ensure veterinarians receive the support they need to be the best version of themselves every day, which will lead to the highest quality of medical service to their patients and clients.”