I come from a family of physicians. My, both my parents were in the medical field and basically I thought it’s something that I’d like to do, something that I would like to look into it and eventually after a long trip in life I made up here, but that’s basically was my first motivation. We treat hypertension, diabetes. We treat hyperlipidemia. We treat mostly all the bread and butter things of primary care. But the most important part of the primary care represents prevention. I would like to make sure that all of my patients have the screenings up to date, screening for colon cancer, screening for breast cancer, cervical cancer. Also their immunization is up to date. I’m telling my patients, and that’s something that I love having a primary care is not a one time visit. It’s a, imagine a conversation. So we have a conversation over the years basically. We are discussing today and we see each other in three months or maybe six months or maybe in one year. But every time we renew this conversation we have established already a baseline. I have these conversations with patients for 12 years and we get to know each other. We get to know family whenever they refer their friends and families. Their kids that they were like seven-years-old when we met, now they are 19, they’re adult, they’ve become my patients. So these are very, very, very unique privileges that I feel that I have as a primary care doctor.