Blank Children’s Hospital
Residency, Des Moines, IA – 2020
Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Medical School, Parker, CO – 2017
University of Utah
Pre-Medical, Salt Lake City, UT – 2013
Brigham Young University
B.S. Management | Finance Emphasis, Provo, UT – 2010
Experience Ogden Clinic – Pediatrician
Ogden, UT – 2020 to present
Raised in Davis County, Matthew Naegle attended Brigham Young University for his undergraduate education and University of Utah for his pre-medical training. Afterward, he moved to Colorado to attend Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine before completing his residency at Blank Children’s Hospital in Des Moines, Iowa.
Now an Ogden Clinic pediatrician, Dr. Naegle has many clinical interests including newborn care, asthma management, sports participation exams, developmental pediatrics, ADHD, anxiety, depression, pulmonology, immunizations, and well-child care. He and his wife Jaclyn have four beautiful children of their own.
In his free time, Dr. Naegle enjoys fly-fishing, camping, basketball, and spending time with his family. He and his wife have four beautiful children. He is fluent in Spanish after living in Ecuador for 22 months and completing upper division and medical Spanish courses.
Dr. Naegle discusses what parents can do to best help their children navigate the uncertain waters of attending school during this COVID-19 pandemic.
These are stressful times for parents of children of all ages — but perhaps especially so for parents of newborns. We sat down with Dr. Matthew Naegle, Pediatrician at Ogden Clinic, to ask him what parents can do to keep their newborn babies safe during this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.