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Lindsey Fell, MD

  • About Me

    When I was young, I was pretty sure that I wanted to be a ski patroller and a doctor (please see Rolling Hills Elementary Yearbook, 3rd ed., 1998). Life's travels, however, brought me first to Washington state and Germany in hot pursuit of German literature. Afterwards, I found myself in outdoor education and breadmaking. It was in the Tetons that I finally decided to give ski patrol a try - loved it - and then after time spent in the world of snow and avalanches, I decided the time was ripe to pursue medicine, and the emergency department was where I found my medical nirvana.

    Medical Areas of Interest

    Wilderness/Austere medicine, Rural EM, EMS, Global Health

    Interests & Hobbies

    Climbing, any kind of rambling adventure, making food, reading, plants, and sharing all these things with loved ones.

    Why Utah?

    I can't think of a better place to learn that will feed my soul and passions. The wonderful people, solid training, links with the local ski patrol clinic, and proximity to granite are some of the highlights.

    Hometown

    Aurora, Colorado

  • Education history

    Undergraduate University of Puget Sound B.A.
    Professional Medical OHSU M.D.