Brian Carrigan, MD

Specialty: Family Medicine

Bingham Memorial Hospital is pleased to introduce Brian Carrigan, MD, a family medicine practitioner.

Dr. Carrigan is a board certified physician and has been practicing Family Medicine for over 20 years. He is passionate about being a Family Practice doctor and recognizes his patient's time is extremely important, which is why his office reserves time each day for urgent same day appointments. And, in most cases, patients can see the doctor for routine visits within a day or two.

He went to school at the University of Texas Medical School and residency at the University of Wyoming. He is a member of the Idaho State Medical Association, the Idaho Academy of Family Practice, and the American Academy of Family Practice. Dr. Carrigan also has certifications in Advanced Trauma Life Support and Advanced Cardiopulmonary Life Support.

Dr. Carrigan and his wife are the parents of 2 children. He enjoys backpacking, fishing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, wildlife photography, and canoeing.

We are absolutely certain you'll be pleased with the level of competence and compassion of his service. Dr. Carrigan is welcoming new patients. His office is located inside the Bingham Memorial Medical Plaza at 98 Poplar Street in Blackfoot.

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