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  Our Medical Staff

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John E Lowe MD

 


Jeff Poole MD

 


Brian Pugh DO

 


Dennis Sobotka MD

 


Spencer Hibbert PA-C

 


Nate McBride PA-C

 


Tamara Meyers PA-C

   

About Us

At Utah Digestive Health Institute, you can be confident that you are receiving the very best medical care available. Our reputation for excellence is based on six decades of combined experience working with digestive disorders and the thousands of patients we have helped. It's also based on our board certifications in gastroenterology and internal medicine.


The physicians and staff of Utah Digestive Health Institute don't want anyone to live with digestive discomfort. We will never tell you that you'll have to "learn to live" with your symptoms, and we will always listen to you when you come to us for care. After all, who knows more about how you're feeling than you do? We believe that carefully listening to your problems and concerns will allow us to diagnose you quicker, avoid unnecessary tests, and make better decisions about your treatment so that you can start feeling better as soon as possible.


There are many digestive disorders for which there are no cures, but that doesn't mean you have to suffer. New treatments are constantly being developed for digestive conditions that allow us to reduce the severity and frequency of our patients' pain and discomfort. We can't promise that you will feel perfect 100% of the time, but we can promise that we will do everything possible to help you feel better more often so that you can enjoy life again.


In addition to colorectal cancer screening and detection, we also treat a variety of other digestive disorders, including: heartburn and acid reflux (GERD), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), diarrhea, constipation, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, as well as disorders of the liver and pancreas. We also participate in a number of clinical trials in these areas to assist those patients who aren't responding to currently available treatments.