I moved to Fort Collins at the age of 7 and attended Beattie elementary school, Boltz Junior High and Fort Collins High School (while it was still on Remington Street). I then made the arduous trip to college- crossing College Avenue to Colorado State University where I earned a Bachelor of Science Degree with distinction in Biology in 1989. I attended medical school at The University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver and received my medical degree with honors in 1993. While in medical school I received a Navy scholarship and met, then married my wonderful wife, Audrey Tool, MD.
Upon graduation, I entered my OB/Gyn residency, with my wife, at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center in Albuquerque. I’m certified by the American board of OB/ Gyn. After I completed my residency in 1997 I entered active duty in the US Navy serving at the US Naval Hospital in Guam from 1997-2000. Then I got to move back to my home town of Fort Collins where I live with my lovely wife and our two children. I am dedicated to providing excellent health care to women, and I find it very rewarding getting to know my patients and helping them to live healthy and full lives.