Dr. Brian Pugh


“As a doctor of osteopathy, I received all the education of a medical doctor, plus an additional 400 hours of advanced healthcare training in an Osteopathic Gastroenterology Fellowship. As a gastroenterologist of osteopathy, I focus on the patient, who they are and the effects of their disease on their body as a whole. I am continually updating my training to make sure I know the latest, most effective ways to care for you.”

Board Certified: American Board of Osteopathic Internists, Internal Medicine, 1996; American Board of Osteopathic Internists, Gastroenterology, 1998
DO: Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, 1993
BS: Biology, Central Michigan University, 1988
Residency: Internal Medicine, Genesys Regional Medical Center, 1996
Licensure: State of Utah, 1998
Clinical Professor: Department of Internal Medicine, Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Member: American Osteopathic Association, Academy of American Osteopaths, Utah Medical Association, Weber County Medical Society, North Utah Gut Club
Affiliations: McKay-Dee Hospital, Ogden Regional Medical Center, Mt. Ogden Surgical Center, Ridgeline Endoscopy Center, Davis Hospital and Medical Center
Research: Principal Investigator for Advanced Research Institute