Jonathan Brown, PA, chose to pursue Internal Medicine and Urgent Care because these two specialties allow him to treat a broad range of health issues and give him the opportunity to help patients in many different ways. As an Internal Medicine provider, he can get to know his patients over time, which allows him to help them to understand and achieve their health goals. He is also an Urgent Care provider, helping patients with acute illness or injury.
Jonathan has extensive training and experience with health promotion and education and can help patients understand their health problems as well as counsel them on their treatment. He loves being able to get to know his patients, hear their unique stories, and help them to stay healthy.
In his free time, Jonathan watches the Utah Jazz play, since he is a huge fan. He considers himself a history “geek” and will watch any documentary he can find, especially documentaries on military history. His favorite thing to do outside of work is to spend time with his wife of 10 years and five children. He has three daughters and two sons.
Jonathan is also a physician assistant in the Army Reserve and likes to spend time caring for the service of men and women. He has worked as a foster parent, gone on medical outreach trips to Malawi in Africa, and is very passionate about furthering children’s education, health and safety. He feels strongly that children and families need to have the correct resources and abilities to build a thriving life and future.
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