Clinical practice in the Walnut Creek office.
After graduating from the Johns Hopkins Accelerated Nursing program and receiving her Masters in Nursing from Vanderbilt University as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, she completed an 18 month nationwide tour with the CDC researching youth fitness levels. Whitney also earned a post masters certificate from University of Massachusetts which allowed her to become a certified family nurse practitioner to be able treat patients of all ages (not just pediatrics). At the conclusion of the CDC study in 2013, Whitney joined the Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy Research at Stanford University which pioneered multi-allergen food desensitization with and without omalizumab (Xolair). In January 2016, while continuing her duties at Stanford, Whitney joined the team at the Asthma and Allergy Medical Group of the Bay Area and built the OIT program from the ground up. You’ll find Whitney in the Walnut Creek office.
When not practicing, you’ll find Whitney traveling or planning a trip. She has been to over 15 countries and plans to go to more! She loves Disney and has been to 3 out of 6 of the Disneyland Resorts. She still hasn’t made it to Hong Kong, Shanghai, or Tokyo yet, but hopes to soon!