Thomas Call, DO

Blackfoot

Specialty: Family Medicine

Bingham Memorial Hospital is pleased to introduce Thomas Call, DO, a family medicine practitioner.

Dr. Call, a native of eastern Idaho, attended both Firth and Shelley High Schools, after which he attended Albertsons College, the University of New England, and completed the Family Practice Residency of Idaho. Dr. Call is board-certified in family medicine and has many additional certifications including, ATLS, ALSO, PALS, and he is an ACLS instructor. Included in his medical interests are obstetrics, rural/wilderness sports and emergency medicine. He is also trained in endoscopy and colposcopy.

Dr. Call says loves being a family practice doctor because he is rewarded every single day as he meets with his patients. He enjoys the opportunity to treat the entire family, from children to the elderly. He is eager to provide his patients with the full spectrum of care and continuous management of their healthcare.

Dr. Call's office is located on the first floor of the Bingham Memorial Medical Plaza.

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