Ryan Killpack, PA-C*

Physician Assistant

We are pleased to introduce Ryan Killpack, PA-C, certified physician assistant.

As part of a dynamic healthcare team, Ryan is involved in all aspects of patient care. He contributes to his patients’ healthcare by providing them with as much education as possible, allowing them to be a part of the decision-making process. He has clinical experience in emergency medicine, general surgery, family medicine, women’s health, orthopedics, cardiology, and pediatrics. From time to time, he is a surgical first assist in the operating room.

Born and raised in Firth, Idaho, Ryan learned the value of hard work early in life from working at his family’s trucking company. Ryan graduated from Firth High School. He then when on to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Brigham Young University-Idaho in Rexburg, Idaho. Most recently, he traveled to West Virginia where he earned his Master of Science in Physician Assistant studies from West Liberty University.

Aside from medicine, Ryan’s other interests include spending time with his family and being outdoors. He also enjoys camping, riding horses, motorbikes, and pretty much any other activity that requires being outside.


*This provider proudly participates in the Bingham Direct Program.

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