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Before becoming a doctor, Robert worked as an emergency room nurse. In the ER, he saw people who desperately needed access to primary care, but did not have access to it. Robert became a doctor in order to provide essential medical care in the communities that need it the most.   

Robert enjoys reading, dancing, long hikes and riding his bicycle around Seattle.

Why I Work at Neighborcare:

I chose Neighborcare because I believe the services we provide here are vital. Health care is a human right, and striving to partner with those in need is critical to the health of our communities.


Family Medicine, ABFM, 2018


MA, University of Illinois, 1999
BS, University of Massachusetts School of Nursing, 2007
MD, Warren Alpert Med School of Brown University, 2015