Scott began his career in medicine by working as a medic in the U.S. Army and Army National Guard, where he served as a convoy medic in Operation Iraqi Freedom. During this time, he was working on his undergraduate degree and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Community Health Education from Utah Valley University in 2008. Scott was then accepted into the University of Utah’s Masters of Physician Assistant Studies program and graduated in 2012. He now joins Granger Summit Urology after spending the last eight years practicing in interventional pain and spine medicine. His focus now will be general urology and men’s health.
Scott believes in providing patient-focused care, where the provider and the patient work together as a team to determine the best possible outcome for the patient. He treats every patient with kindness and respect and will always take the time necessary to listen to each patient’s problem and concerns. He works to build a trusting relationship, free from any judgement, with each patient he cares for.
Scott is a Utah native who enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids. He has a love of sports, especially football, and is a BYU lifetime season ticket holder. His hobbies include fishing and most recently, barbequing and smoking different kinds of meat.
- University of Utah; Salt Lake City, UT – 2012