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Education & Certifications

Education & Certifications

Board Certified

American Board of Preventive Medicine; Occupational Medicine

Medical Education

University of North Carolina, 1992

Internship

Walter Reed Army Medical Center/Psychiatry

Residency

Walter Reed Army Medical Center/Occupational Medicine

Credentials

Masters in Public Health. DOT Certified with national registry of certified medical examiners. Medical review officer for positive drug screens

Philosophy

At the foundation of my medical practice is the goal of getting the injured employee back to work as soon as possible. I strive to provide excellent medical care for a variety of injuries ranging from back and shoulder injuries to lacerations and eye injuries. I pride myself in providing excellent communication with the companies that refer their employees to us for treatment. I stay current in recent advances in the standards of practice for occupational medicine, continuing education, and attending medical conferences throughout the year.

Interests

My wife and I really enjoy boating, playing with our puppies, and playing golf at local courses. In my spare time we enjoy hiking and snow skiing out west as well as locally at Paoli Peaks. I am from the mountains in Ashville, North Carolina and that is where I found my love for hiking and outdoor activities.

Professional Interests

I also work as a civil surgeon performing the immigration physicals for the government's United States Immigration Service.

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Ratings & Reviews

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