I was born and raised in Zionsville, Indiana and am a true Midwesterner at heart: caring, empathetic, and a big fan of card games. I attended Washington University in St. Louis for my undergraduate education. After spending a gap year volunteering in Honduras (and becoming fluent in Spanish), I attended Duke University School of Medicine, where I fell in love with obstetrics while teaching group prenatal care classes.
I completed my residency training and honed my skills back home at Indiana University School of Medicine. I love that my practice allows me to support women throughout the many stages of their life. I serve my patients using the most up-to-date and evidence-based care coupled with a kind and supportive approach. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, hosting game nights, cuddling my cat, and staying active with hiking, and spending time in Colorado’s national parks.
1) My mom and I were on the HGTV show, Good Bones.
2) In high school I won a hog wrestling contest with my best friends.
3) I wrote and directed my medical school’s annual musical and Dr. Ramos was our choreographer.