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Bobbie Brotherson, DO
Dr. Brotherson grew up in Roosevelt, Utah, a rural agricultural community of about 5000 where he graduated from Union High School. He attended Southern Utah University and went on to complete his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Dixie State University in St. George UT.
Wanting to return closer to where he grew up Dr. Brotherson began his career at Community Hospital in Grand Junction where he continues to practice. He lives in Fruita with his wife and children and their Labrador. The Brothersons enjoy the outdoor life which includes camping, hunting and fishing.
When asked what drew him to Emergency Medicine he says “I enjoy the variety of the cases you see in the ER, all kinds of people, of all ages. It runs the gamut from a broken arm to severe trauma. You never know what any given day will bring you. It can be very fast paced which is also intriguing.” His guiding principle in practicing medicine “I strive to treat each patient as if they were member of my family”, adds Brotherson.
- Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
- Allegheny Health Network Satin Vincent Hospital – Emergency Medicine Residency
- American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Medicine