Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine
Clinical Interests: Sports Medicine, Pain Management
I was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and at an early age, my family decided to move to Fort Lauderdale, Fla. After two years of college, I decided to enlist in the U.S. Navy as a Hospital Corpsman. There I had the opportunity to work as a medic for the Marines in various hospitals throughout the United States. I spent some time on a ship, which I would not recommend to anyone.
After the military, I decided to continue my medical education and attend Ross University for medical school. After completing Medical School, I wanted to put myself through a little more misery started a Masters in Public Health at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Fla. before starting my residency.
Outside of my profession I like to travel, camp, snowboard, hike, bike, read, run marathons, do triathlons and play hockey. I have never lived in the same place very long, and I love having lived in many different places such as Dominica, the Bahamas, Venezuela, Argentina, Chicago, California, Virginia, Florida, North Carolina, Texas, Michigan and England. Phoenix will be my longest stay in one place since 2001.
I look forward to a career where I can form lasting, caring relationships with patients and their families, and I am excited to start my training at Phoenix Baptist Hospital.