Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education at El Rio Community Health Center
Family Medicine Residency, Chief Resident, 2021
A.T. Still University, School of Osteopathic Medicine
Weber State University
B.S. Medical Lab Science, Magna Cum Laude 2014
Dallin Erickson is from the Ogden area and attended Weber State University for his undergraduate education before going to A.T. Still University for his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree. He was Chief Resident at The Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education in Tucson, Arizona before moving back to Utah and joining Ogden Clinic.
Dr. Erickson loves everything from preventative medicine to chronic care management. He has a passion for wilderness medicine, which involves a specialized understanding of illnesses and injuries related to outdoor activities. He is currently pursuing a fellowship from the Wilderness Medical Society and is a member of the Weber County Search and Rescue Team. This specialization helps him educate patients to help prevent illness and injuries that can occur during outdoor activities. Sports medicine and concussion evaluation are a couple of his other clinical interests.
Outside of his Family Medicine practice, you can find Dr. Erickson outdoors fly fishing, hiking, rock climbing, backpacking, or doing winter sports. Dr. Erickson also loves spending time with his family.