Campbell Miller, DO

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Interests & Hobbies

Anything outdoors, drumming, finding new restaurants, going to the movies, traveling, spending time with friends and family

Why Utah?

I chose the University of Utah for the people, the place, and the program. Every attending, resident, and employee I met during my interview day was kind, down-to-earth, and genuinely happy to be a part of this program. There was also an obvious focus on work-life balance and well-being, something I believe is absolutely attainable in medicine. The program itself offers amazing opportunities in a variety of clinical environments, with the added ability of choosing from a number of different research projects to contribute to. I will also have the option to potentially pursue my current subspecialty interests of interventional spine and sports medicine here at University after completing residency. Lastly, it’s hard to beat the place where this all happens. Utah is beautiful, and there is an unparalleled access to the outdoors. Salt Lake City seems to have everything you would ever need, and the city is so close to so many different national parks and Western cities that weekend travel possibilities seem endless. Overall, I am extremely excited to be able to call Utah home for the near future, and to share this residency experience with my amazing co-residents!


Portland, Maine

Education History

UndergraduateUniversity of Maine, Orono
Medical SchoolUniversity of New England College of Osteopathic MedicineD.O.