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Residents will become a member of the physician team serving the rural community of Jerome while having the benefit of rotations with specialists in the referral community of Twin Falls, located only 15 miles away. The flexibility and adaptation of this program to both the professional and personal needs of the residents is aimed to achieve the balance necessary to create patient oriented, well-prepared, fulfilled family physicians. The Magic Valley Rural Program began in and is now graduating two residents per year. Residents will complete their three years of training in Magic Valley about miles east of Boise.
All graduates are successfully board certified and our graduates practice in diverse settings, including rural and international settings. Luke's Magic Valley Pediatrics 12 St. Luke's Magic Valley Surgery 4 St. Luke's Magic Valley Pediatrics 4 St. Luke's Magic Valley Obstetrics 8 St. He did his residency training at the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho and finished inwhere he was one of the chief residents from His medical interests include chronic disease management, obesity, and procedures including colonoscopy and colposcopies.
In his spare time he spends time with his wife and three children and trains for Spartan races. He has served as an auxiliary faculty member with the University of Washington since and a clinical faculty member with Idaho State University for many years. Irwin is also Jerome Citizen of the Year for Irwin loves the full spectrum of family medicine—from obstetrics and babies through complicated internal medicine and into old age.
He is especially interested in evidence based medicine, including alternative therapies to the optimal care of each individual. Irwin is actively involved in keeping our environment healthy. He has been instrumental in organizing cleanup for the Snake River Canyon between Centennial Park and Pillar Falls for the past 15 years. He has helped numerous Boy Scouts achieve their Eagle Scout award through involvement with cleanup efforts and other projects such as wood duck boxes. He and his wife, Lorna, have been married for more than 38 years and have 3 children, a profoundly deaf daughter in graduate school and 2 sons completing college.
Steven was born in Twin Falls, Idaho as the 3rd-generation to be raised in agricultural Southern Idaho. Attending the University of Idaho he met his future wife, Elizabeth, who was to become a dairy veterinarian with the plan to move back to Twin Falls in the dairy heart of Idaho. After graduating in and moving back to Twin Falls, he began a full-time Family Medicine practice while initiating involvement in management of his large, multispecialty primary care practice and attending Idaho Medical Association events.
Elizabeth and Steven have 2 wonderful daughters, Arabella 6 and Josephine 4 and enjoy hiking, biking, and camping as a family. Currently Steven is working his way up the Idaho Centennial Trail in small increments with his brother and father, the miles from Nevada to Hammet completed this spring.
He returned to complete his Family Medicine residency at the University of Iowa. He has worked as a Family Physician in Twin Falls, Idaho continuously sincewith the exception of a sabbatical in andduring which time he worked in a mission clinic in Ecuador. He has also lived in Mexico and Costa Rica.
His hobbies include running, cycling, swimming, triathlon, snowboarding, backpacking, and reading. He has ridden his bicycle across the United States. Logan grew up in in the small coal mining town of Price, Utah. Upon returning home he enrolled at BYU in Provo, Utah where he majored in genetics and biotechnology. During his 3 rd year of medical school Logan and Anna had their second child, a boy named Sam. Logan and family wanted to move back west for residency to be closer to family and after completing a sub-I during his 4 th year they knew it would be the perfect place to continue raising their family.
When not at work Logan enjoys spending time with his family, playing and watching sports, and listening to audiobooks. Tori Talbutt is happy to be staying in Idaho for her residency training! She was raised in Boise, ID where she attended Capital High School and played soccer, basketball and violin in the chamber orchestra. During her time learning and playing at Concordia, she was honored to earn All-American accolades as a goalkeeper for her soccer team, and the Champions of Character award for her work with the Lutheran Malaria Project.
Following graduation from college she remained in Portland for two years working as a scribe and learning more about medicine. She also took the chance to spend a summer in Peru learning some Spanish. In her spare time, Tori continues to enjoy playing soccer, but has also picked up running, skiing, mountain biking, and any sport she can find to stay active and enjoy the outdoors. She is excited to get the chance to train in the Magic Valley and get to know her new community. She is ed in Twin Falls by her dog, Sophie, and intermittently by her partner Magnum Kincaid who lives full-time in Boise.
Jameson Bastow is so excited and humbled to be back home! He is proud to be an alumnus of Idaho schools, including I. He spent his childhood years developing a love for Idaho between his time adventuring with the Boy Scouts and traveling to his grandparents in North Idaho. His plans after residency include completing a surgical obstetrics fellowship then working in an underserved, rural Idaho community. During high school and his undergraduate years, Jameson was also equally interested in business and computer systems.
A pause in his studies to serve a volunteer, two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in central Chile uncovered a deep love for Latin people and their culture. Though he loved his time in the Midwest, he longed for the sound of sprinklers and mountains, zero humidity, and normal-sized bugs. During medical school they became parents to Ruby and Jimmy. They all enable him to become a better physician and a better person each day.
His ancillary passions are basketball, outdoor adventuring, popcorn, Mexican food, and Dutch oven cooking. His nerdy pursuits include, Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, Marvel movies, musicals, budgeting, and mobile apps. He is so happy to be able to use Spanish again and welcomes all Spanish-speaking patients too!
Lauren is a Southern Idaho native, rooted in the outdoor, hardworking culture that lead her to medicine. As a curious kid, she spent her days exploring her corner of the world via horseback or cultivating her love of reading. Not only does the school have an incredible medical program, it provided the option for Lauren to do much of her training in Idaho, the state she loves and wants to build her practice in.
She knew that the Magic Valley was the perfect place for her to begin to build your trust in her medical profession. Lauren and her partner Travis run cattle, raise horses, run two businesses out of their home and do their best to throw in a few evenings spent fly fishing.
She is an intentional and active part of the Magic Valley communities and looks forward to meeting you! As an undergraduate, Anna attended the University of Washington, where she developed a passion for medical ethics, and completed degrees in Medical Anthropology and Global Health, and Microbiology.
She attended medical school at UCD in Ireland, where a nationalized health care system necessitated emphasis on resource-awareness and the fundamentals of medicine. Anna anticipates becoming an active member of a rural community and cultivating meaningful patient care relationships with longevity. She completed her undergraduate studies at Idaho State University. She obtained her medical degree from University of Utah School of Medicine. During her clinical years, Giovanna had the opportunity to care for patients from different backgrounds, and enjoyed fulfilling the linguistic needs of Spanish-speaking patients.
Her training at the Magic Valley Rural program will allow her to contribute to improving the health of a diverse community, and to provide medical services to a wide variety of patients in southern Idaho. Outside of practicing medicine, Giovanna enjoys playing racquetball, playing guitar, salsa dancing, and bike rides with her husband. Follow us at fmridaho. Sep 2. When moral is low with Covid, and your senior wants to make things more fun, what do you do?
Make sticker charts of course! Feb After our attending goes to sleep at midnight we run all non-icu admissions and cross-cover calls. We get some good learning and a little fun! Dec This is a historic time. But today we celebrate, as our residents receive the gift of science and medical research. Some half day teaching thanks to Dr. Ruske on perineal laceration repairs.
Always excellent learning to be had! Dec 9. Nov R2 Tori Talbutt enjoying the fresh snow! Not quite in AT shape yet Oct 6.Love to Idaho Falls ass now
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