McKay Dee Hospital
Residency, Family Practice – completed 2013
Ohio State University College of Medicine
University of Utah
Dr. Bryce Peterson enjoys the broad spectrum of family medicine: caring for newborns, those on hospice, and everyone in between. After obtaining his medical degree from Ohio State University, he completed a residency locally at McKay Dee Hospital. As a Family Physician at the Ogden Clinic, Dr. Peterson provides joint injections and fracture treatment for his patients, and a host of other services.
Bryce loves spending time with his lovely wife Shonni and their two sons, hiking, and occasionally riding a bicycle. He also enjoys gardening, wood working, making fine ice-creams, reading new books, and good jokes.
It’s not unusual for Dr. Peterson to go from a toddler’s well visit to caring for a 98-year old man. Taking care of families at every stage of life is what he loves most about Family Medicine.
Students rallied for cleaner air solutions at Utah’s Capitol Building this January. The inversion can wreak havoc on all of us, especially young children, says Dr. Peterson on Fox 13 News.
An avid U of U and Ohio State sports fan, Dr. Bryce Peterson loves the pleasant surprises that family medicine offers. Seeing a variety of patients and a breadth of different conditions is where Dr. Peterson finds his joy every day.
Ogden Clinic's Bryce Peterson discusses health and safety risks this season such as food poisoning, outdoor injuries, poisonous plants, and Zika Virus.
Dr. Peterson knows the value of reading early in life and the many benefits of reading with children. Pediatric patients are now invited to pick out a book from his library that's theirs to keep after their visit!
Part of feeling good is looking good. Dr. Bryce Peterson shows us how to tie a bowtie so that you, too, can look your best!