Trained at Brown University Medical School, I’ve practiced family medicine in the United States, Sweden, India and Romania since 1995.
• Director, Mobile Clinic healthcare for the homeless in Boston
• Founder, group home for orphans in Romania
• Trainer, resident doctors in Lawrence, Mass.
• Private family medicine practice, Salem, NH
• Group practice, Harvard associated Beth Israel Hospital of Boston
I received the degree of Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians (FAAFP) in 2014.
Using a program laid out in the book “Your Personal Roadmap to Whole Body Cleansing,” I was pain free within a year, and my daughter no longer needed 6 allergy shots a week and 2 daily inhalers for asthma.
Directed mobile medical clinic for homeless women and children, and incarcerated teen girls in Boston’s inner city.
Set up the first model group home for 17 orphans, from ages 6 to 16.
Served HIV+/AIDS patients and trained Family Medicine resident doctors in Lawrence, Massachusetts.
Oversaw the care of over 10,000 patients by 6 medical providers in Salem, New Hampshire for over 10 years.
Beth Israel Hospital of Boston network, associated with Harvard University and Harvard Medical School