I attended New Jersey Medical School in Newark, graduating in 1994. Following that, I trained in a three-year pediatrics residency program at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Since 1997, I’ve worked as a general pediatrician at Ramapo Valley Pediatrics, which was recently renamed Partners in Pediatrics.
Best part about helping kids
As a proud father, I love the privilege of being entrusted with the medical care of children. I truly enjoy the give-and-take and interactions with kids at each office visit, and I love watching them grow up. I can’t think of a better job!
Fondest childhood memories
My fun memories include school recess, summer camp, exploring the woods to catch frogs and snakes, playing sports, and going on family vacations. I do confess that I didn’t like seeing my family doctor as a child because of the shots. Guess I’ve come a long way!
A fun fact or two
Prior to my medical career, I worked as a high school teacher and wrestling coach. Today, I continue to train in Judo (a Japanese version of wrestling).