Benjamin Wilson MD
Ben Wilson, MD, is a board certified family physician. He earned a BS from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, and he received his MD from the University of Utah School of Medicine in Salt Lake City, Utah. He completed residency at St. Mark’s Family Medicine in Salt Lake City, Utah.
After residency, Dr. Wilson served as an assistant professor at the University of Utah School of Medicine with clinical duties as a family physician caring for children and adults with developmental disabilities (like autism and Down syndrome) in the Neurobehavior HOME Program.
Dr. Wilson joined the faculty at PNWU to pursue his love for teaching, and he is involved in teaching the clinical skills courses for first and second year medical students.
Dr. Wilson’s academic interests are broad, including the philosophy of medicine, global health, chaos and complexity theories, religion and ethics, medical care of people with developmental disabilities, and others. Dr. Wilson also enjoys playing music, traveling, hiking, playing ultimate Frisbee, reading, and especially spending time with his wife and young children.