I started at KCPP in March 2018 after spending the previous 10 years in St. Louis. I attended Seward County Community College in Liberal, KS on a 2 year softball scholarship, then transferred to KU, where I received a bachelor’s degree in microbiology and met my husband, and then went to St Louis University for PA school. After graduating from PA school, I did one year in the ER in St. Louis, then went into rheumatology and have not looked back since! I worked with a fantastic rheumatology group in St. Louis for 7 years before moving back to the KC area and have been with KCPP since. I plan to retire from KCPP as I love it here. The group of physicians are fantastic to work with and the support staff feels like a second family at the different locations.
I now live in the KC metro area with my husband and 2 children, who are 10 and 7. We are always on the go with the kids as they are in several activities such as soccer, baseball, softball, running club, swimming and Girl Scouts. I have started a running group in my subdivision and run with several moms in the mornings. We can be seen at several of Kansas City’s fine races around the area running several 5K’s and half marathons. Our family also supports several of KU’s activities as you can see us at football games, women’s basketball games as well as softball and baseball games.
If you ask which locations I am at, my wonderful MA and I will say all of them! Each day of the week we are at a different location, which I love, so if you are needing to be seen at a certain location, we can hopefully get you seen quickly at any of the locations.