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I have worked in the Internal Medicine residency program since 2008, becoming well-versed in ACGME accreditation requirements, as well as ensuring that our evaluation management system adapts to meet the needs of our program and ACGME reporting requirements.
I began my career at Rhode Island Hospital in 1981, working various jobs over the past 35 years. I joined the residency program in 2000, and have stayed ever since. Outside of administrative support for Dom and Jen, I handle a variety of tasks for the program including the noon conference schedule, program verifications, and the scheduling of interviews and all correspondence with the applicants during recruitment season. I am also a notary public. I love the beaches and restaurants in RI, and also spend my free time baking, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.
I love working with the residents, from their first year as an Intern, up to their third year as a resident. It is so rewarding getting to know them over their 3 years and to see how much they have grown.
I have two boys, one who recently just graduated college, while the other is still attending college. In my free time, I enjoy walking, kayaking, skiing and just being with friends and family.
I began my career at Rhode Island Hospital in the Department of Homeostasis and Thrombosis in 2006. In 2011 I was transferred to the Division of General Internal Medicine. I am currently attending CCRI, studying HealthCare Management. My husband and I have six children. In my free time, I enjoy travel, boogie boarding, reading and spending time with my family.
I joined the staff in June 2012 and I have worked in healthcare and education for more than 18 years. My interests outside of work include exploring antique and flea markets for treasures and “finds”, music (listening and singing), and spending time with my son and husband.