Dr. Smith is board certified and trained at the St. Louis University School of Medicine. He is experienced at diagnosing and treating sports injuries, fractures and surgically repairing major joints.
Dr. Smith specializes in major joint repairs along with arthroscopy of the hip, shoulder, knee and ankle. He offers surgical and non-surgical treatment of musculoskeletal issues involving bones and muscles and is 100% dedicated to getting his patients back to an active lifestyle.
Brigham Young University 1985-1991
Bachelor of Science, Zoology
Magna cum Laude
St. Louis University School of Medicine 1991-1995
Doctor of Medicine
Summa cum Laude
University of Texas Health Sciences Center 1995-2000
Department of Orthopedic Surgery
West Valley Medical Center is located in Caldwell, Idaho. Their 200 physicians focus on each patient's needs and comfort. They have physicians providing care in cardiology, emergency care, ENT, general surgery, spine, orthopedics, mental health, radiology, urology and women's health.
Treasure Valley hospital is a physician-owned, non-emergency hospital operated by Surgical Care Affiliates (SCA). Since 1996, they have worked every day to deliver the very best individualized care possible in a comfortable and friendly atmosphere. When physicians are directly involved in every aspect of the delivery of healthcare, the patient always benefits.
Individualized patient care is at the center of everything done at Treasure Valley Hospital and is reflected in the hospital’s values.
At St. Alphonsus, they believe the best healthcare is all about the patient. They have over 5,000 medical staff who serve patients all over Oregon and Idaho.
Their four-hospital system is the only Level II Trauma Center in the area they serve, allowing St. Alphonsus to provide excellent care to critically ill and injured patients.
St. Luke's is the only not-for-profit health system that is Idaho-based. They are dedicated to serving the people of their community by providing excellent care that leads to great health improvement. They are not only dedicated to treating patients when they are wounded or ill, but doing anything to help patients stay healthy.