Jesse also offers varied experience from years in the United States Marine Corps. He served our country through multiple tours to Iraq and Afghanistan, the last of which resulted in combat injuries and subsequent medical retirement from the military. After a year of recovery, rehabilitation, and learning to walk with prosthetic legs, Jesse set his sights on becoming a physician assistant. He wanted to use his experiences, both in the military and as a patient, to continue to serve others. Now, he is excited to work in the evolving field of neurointerventional radiology and grateful to be working with the exceptional team of physicians and staff at St. Luke’s.
In his free time, Jesse enjoys any activity involving his wife and two daughters, working outside, fitness, and playing the piano.
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