Joshua Lider, DO
Interests & Hobbies
Spending time with my wife and 3 sons; camping, snowboarding, barbecuing, fly-fishing, and pretending I know how to golf.
I chose Utah for its balance. The city has big city benefits (professional sports, concerts, good food and drink) without the hefty expense or traffic. The outdoors are close (miles of hiking trails next to the hospital) and endless. The training is well balanced with outpatient and inpatient opportunities in a variety of settings. The curriculum is well-balanced, providing exposure to the many opportunities of PM&R. Those involved with the program are passionate about what they do, enthusiastic to teach, and stress the importance of work-life balance. In short, the University of Utah is a premier PM&R program placed in God’s playground and I am thrilled to be here!
|Undergraduate||West Virginia University|
|Medical School||AT Still University - SOMA||D.O.|