Michael T. Harris, MD

Specialty: Family Medicine

Bingham Memorial Hospital is pleased to introduce Michael T. Harris, MD, board-certified family medicine practitioner with over 25 years of experience.

Dr. Harris was born and raised in Canada. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Biology at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, and then earned his Doctor of Medicine from the University of British Columbia—Medical School in Vancouver, British Columbia. He completed a rotating internship at Regina General Hospital and the second year of family medicine residency at the Regina Plains Health Center in Regina, Saskatchewan.

In addition to combining the latest advances in medicine with problem-solving, Dr. Harris has a well-known reputation in Idaho Falls for treating each of his patients with the utmost respect by including them in the decision-making process. He enjoys family medicine because he is able to treat a wide range of problems, and his patients describe him as friendly and cheerful.

Dr. Harris is married and has six children. When he is not practicing medicine, he enjoys yoga, takes great pride in exercising on a regular basis, and rock climbing with his kids.

Dr. Harris sees patients at Bingham Memorial Family Medicine in Idaho Falls, located at 1740 E. 17th Street. He is welcoming new patients. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Harris, please call his office at (208) 535-3615.

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