Benjamin Ogden, MD is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in hand and upper extremity surgery. Dr. Ogden received his Bachelor of Science in zoology from Weber State University, where he graduated with honors and received his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Virginia School of Medicine. Dr. Ogden completed his residency at the University of Nebraska Orthopaedic Surgery Center and a hand and upper extremity fellowship at the Florida Orthopaedic Institute.
Dr. Ogden takes time to listen to his patients, and his goal is to treat each of his patients with the same quality and attention that he would give his own family. To him, the practice of medicine is exciting, humbling and empowering and the opportunity to help relieve pain, restore function and improve quality of life has been a dream come true. Dr. Ogden enjoys the detail-oriented and technically demanding nature of his specialty and that he is able to treat patients of all ages, from newborns to adults.
Dr. Ogden considers it his responsibility and privilege to mentor young prospective doctors and provide outreach care to patients with limited resources. Outside of the clinic you can find Dr. Ogden skiing, cycling, running, playing the piano, creating artwork and keeping up on his Spanish.
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